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Protecting Others When You Have HIV

Safer sex and safe drug use advice for HIV-positive people.

By Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Overview of AIDS 2018

The Well Project provides a rundown of their own presentations at the International AIDS Conference as well as highlights from other presenters.

By Krista Martel, Jenna Conley and Sarah Denison-Johnston for The Well Project

Top NYC Health Official: 'We're Seeing Results' With HIV U=U

"New York City is proud to be the first jurisdiction in the United States to have joined the 'U = U' movement, and even prouder that health departments across the country are following suit," writes New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygie...

By Demetre C. Daskalakis, M.D. for CUNY Institute for Implementation Science in Population Health

Questions About U=U: What, When, Who, Why

More information about why an undetectable viral load stops HIV transmission (U=U).

By HIV i-Base

U=U: The Backstory

What good is groundbreaking science if people don't know about it? Bruce Richman, the driving force behind U=U, describes how the once-unpopular campaign gained critical mass.

By Bruce Richman for Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange

'U=U': What's It All About?

When a person taking antiretroviral treatment has an ongoing undetectable viral load and is engaged in care, they do not transmit HIV to their sexual partners. Here is why supporting "undetectable equals untransmittable" is important.

By Camille Arkell for Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange

HIV Undetectable = Untransmittable (U=U) Fact Sheet

How does HIV treatment prevent HIV transmission? What does "undetectable" mean? Learn the basics about U=U.

By New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

HIV Treatment as Prevention

Overview

People who are living with HIV should take medicine to treat HIV as soon as possible. HIV medicine is called anti-retroviral therapy, or ART. If taken as directed, HIV medicine reduces the amount of HIV in the body (viral load) to a very lo...

By Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Word Is in: U=U Is a Huge Success!

"I'm proud to be one of the many people living with HIV helping to promote the fact that undetectable truly means untransmittable," Kevin Maloney writes.

By Kevin Maloney