U=U Resources 

Resources

Downloadable U=U summaries & source documents 

U=U Campaign Overview (1-page)
Why It's Important to Support U=U (1-page)
Q&A With Dr. Michael Brady
U=U Consensus Statement & Sources
U=U Declaración de Consenso & Fuentes
UNAIDS - Viral Load Suppression Explainer
Fact Sheet on HIV Treatment as Prevention
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CDC Letter Approving Usage of U=U Communications

August, 2019

U=U Websites and social marketing campaigns

Housing Works - Undetectables - city-wide  (USA) 
Terrence Higgins Trust - Can't Pass it On - National (UK) 
London HIV Prevention Programme - Do It London -city-wide (UK)  
FLS - Indetectable = Intransmisible - España
Apoyo Positivo - Indetectable = Intransmisible - España
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U=U and HIV criminalization

U=U and the overly-broad criminalization of HIV nondisclosure
Consensus Statement on U=U in Criminal Law Reform

U=U and the Social Determinants of Health 

Getting to undetectable: Population differences in Canada
Views from the front lines: Getting to undetectable

Videos and podcast

NIH Interview on with Dr. Anthony S. Fauci Director of NIAID at National Institutes of Health, U.S. (July, 2017)

NIH Interview on Viral Suppression with Dr. Carl Dieffenbach, Director of the Division of AIDS at National Institutes of Health, U.S. (Nov., 2016)

Prevention Access Campaign's Undetectable = Untransmittable (August, 2016)

CTAC - Canada -  CTAC Talks! U = U: The Undetectable = Untransmittable Campaign (April, 2017) 

Apoyo Positivo, Spain  -  #sientemariposas #cerodiscriminación #haztesentir (March 2017) 

GMFA, UK  Living With HIV: What you need to know about HIV-undetectable and viral load (Sept., 2016) 

pozcast Episode 1: Undetectable = Untransmittable - Edmiston; Betts
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A person living with HIV who has an undetectable viral load does not transmit the virus to their partners. To discuss this significant advance in science and its impact, James Watson, host of pozcast, talks to two people passionate about the topic and the messaging: Laurie Edmiston, the Executive Director of the Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange (CATIE) and Adrian Betts an HIV positive activist, and the Executive Director of an AIDS service organization in Ontario.
NOTE:   An undetectable or fully suppressed viral load only prevents HIV transmission. Condoms help prevent HIV as well as other STIs and pregnancy. The HIV prevention method you choose may be different depending upon your sexual practices and relationships. For instance, if you’re having sex with multiple partners or in a non-monogamous relationship, you might consider using PrEP to prevent HIV and/or condoms to help prevent HIV as well as other STIs.
Thank you to the researchers who endorsed the consensus statement on negligible risk which launched the U=U movement and the message: Dr. Myron Cohen, Dr. Demetre C. Daskalakis, Dr. Andrew Grulich, Dr. Jens Lundgren, Dr. Julio Montaner, and Dr. Pietro Vernazza. Thank you to the many folks behind the campaign including PAC's Founding Task Force; Murray Penner and NASTAD the first NGO to endorse the consensus statement; Charles King and Housing  Works the first ASO in the US to endorse the consensus statement and U=U movement; Professor Carrie Foote of Indiana University-Indianapolis  HIV Modernization Movement; JD Davids of TheBody.com; Kathie Hiers of AIDS Alabama; Naina Khanna, Jennie Smith-Camejo, Barb Cardell, Wanda Brendle-Moss, Kamaria Laffrey, Olga Irwin, Tami Haught, Tiommi Luckett, Alicia Diggs, and many of the powerful activists of Positive Women's Network - USA; Matt Rose of National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC); Ian Green of Terrence Higgins Trust; Matthew Hodson of NAM aidsmap; Peter Staley; Noel Gordon of Human Rights Campaign; Gus Cairns of NAM-aidsmap; Mark S. King of MyFabulousDisease.com; Edwin Bernard of HIV Justice Network; Kevin Maloney, Davina Connor, Josh Middleton, Charles Sanchez, Raul Robles, Josh Robbins, and Brady Morris; Denis LeBlanc for global outreach; Bob Leahy of PostiveLite.com for launching U=U throughout Canada. Thank you to Jesse Milan, Jr. and team from AIDS United and Tom Viola and team from Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS for their generous lead funding.
 
Special thank you to Dr. Julio Montaner for pioneering the concept of Treatment as Prevention (TasP). Special thank you to Dr Pietro Vernazza, the author of the groundbreaking Swiss Statement, for his bold advocacy to greatly improve the lives of people living with HIV. Dr. Vernazza and the Swiss Statement are finally being vindicated today. 
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Banner images feature Love to Love Organization (Uganda); ACCM (Canada); and Housing Works (USA) and Red Ribbon Istanbul (Turkey) at International AIDS Society Conference 2017 (France); other images from Place Tokyo (Japan), Apoyo Positivo  (Spain), and tattoo courtesy of Victor Claros (El Salvador). 
The information provided on Prevention Access Campaign is intended to support rather than replace consultation with a healthcare professional. Always consult a healthcare professional for medical advice, diagnosis, and treatment about your particular situation. 
Prevention Access Campaign is fiscally sponsored by Social & Environmental Entrepreneurs, a 501 (c) 3 public charity, and formerly by Housing Works.
Apoyo Positivo - ES

HAZTE SENTIR POR LA #CERODISCRIMINACION March, 2017

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