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Understanding Undetectable Viral Load (Video)

By Florie Charles and Alex Olson

November 6, 2013

Suppressing the virus to "undetectable" levels has long played a key role in maintaining the health of people with HIV -- and recent research shows it can also dramatically cut HIV transmission risk, with implications for individuals, couples, and populations.

Find out how and get the facts in this video.


Florie Charles, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of California, San Francisco, launched Youreka Science with the goal of making science more accessible to the public. Florie has recently been joined by Alex Olson in her endeavor to explain novel scientific findings and global health issues to improve health and raise awareness of the importance of biomedical research.




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