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"What it means to live with HIV is forever changing because of you -- the pioneering people and partners who are committed to science over stigma," Bruce Richman writes.
Research shows that people with HIV who are on effective treatment cannot pass on the virus to their partners. In this video from Prevention Access Campaign, people with HIV and allies help to ensure that message is shared loud and clear.
From Prevention Access Campaign comes clear answers to common questions about this fact: A person living with HIV on antiretroviral therapy (ART) with an undetectable HIV viral load in their blood for at least six months has a negligible risk of tran...
"New Yorkers living with HIV who take their antiretrovirals consistently and have suppressed viral loads should be confident that their risk of HIV transmission is negligible," said Dr. Demetre Daskalakis.