• Undetectable = Untransmit

'Negligible risk' of HIV with ART

"HIV experts from around the world have joined together to declare that — with effective treatment — the risk of HIV transmission is 'negligible'. A statement, released by the Prevention Access Campaign, says: 'People living with HIV on [antiretroviral therapy] with an undetectable viral load in their blood have a negligible risk of sexual transmission of HIV.' (Previously, official guidelines have maintained that HIV treatment simply minimised the risk of transmission.)" Read more in National Association of People With HIV Australia (NAPWHA)'s PositiveLiving.

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