Mpox is a disease caused by infection with the mpox virus. It can spread through close, personal, often skin-to-skin contact with someone who has mpox. 

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About Mpox Webpage (HTML) County of Los Angeles Public Health
Considerations for People with HIV Webpage (HTML) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
FYI: Routinizing Mpox Vaccination Webpage (HTML)
Federal Resources About Mpox Webpage (HTML)
How is the mpox vaccine performing in the real world against the mpox virus? Video
Let’s Talk About Mpox Webpage (HTML) Greater Than HIV
Monkeypox and HIV Webpage (HTML) POZ
Mpox Webpage (HTML) AIDS Education and Training Center Program
Mpox & HIV Webpage (HTML) International AIDS Society
Mpox (monkeypox) can be very severe in people with uncontrolled HIV Webpage (HTML) AIDSmap
Mpox (previously called monkeypox): Q&A factsheet Webpage (HTML) HIV i-Base
Mpox Information Webpage (HTML) Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program
Mpox Vaccination in Adults With HIV PDF New York State Department of Health AIDS Institue
Mpox What You Need to Know Webpage (HTML) Human Rights Campaign
Mpox and HIV Webpage (HTML) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Mpox and HIV: What’s the Connection? Webpage (HTML)
Mpox: Medline Plus Webpage (HTML) Medlineplus
People With Advanced HIV Can Have Very Severe Mpox Webpage (HTML) POZ
People with HIV are not at greater risk for severe mpox unless they are immunosuppressed Webpage (HTML) aidsmap