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The updated guidance is supported by a systematic review of evidence.
LGBTQ group joins HIV organizations to promote the prevention message of Undetectable Equals Untransmittable.
Vivent’s Denver and Kansas City clinics report growing demand at their food pantries. “Without food…people don’t take their medicine."
Despite progress in some areas, more work is needed to improve health and quality of life.
People with HIV who have an undetectable viral load have zero risk of transmitting the virus to their sex partners.
The theme of this year’s #HIVTestingDay, marked Tuesday, June 27, is “Take the Test & Take the Next Steps.”
The LGBTQ group Human Rights Campaign Foundation joins HIV organizations to get the word out that Undetectable Equals Untransmittable.
Once-daily Biktarvy, long-acting injectable Cabenuva and two-drug combos containing dolutegravir can keep HIV in check for years.
About 300,000 people with HIV are long-term survivors, meaning they acquired HIV before 1996, when effective treatment was introduced.
The risk of mother-to-child HIV transmission fell below 1% for the first time in 2019.
The COVID pandemic, workforce shortages, red tape and discrimination have slowed HIV response efforts.
Starting HIV treatment later and having a lower CD4 count were also linked to serious non-AIDS events.
The risk of mother-to-child transmission is less than 1% if the woman is on treatment with an undetectable viral load.
Broadway legend André De Shields and other HIV advocates appear in the commercial to support modernizing HIV crime laws.
“We hope this campaign will get the word out to Black residents” and encourage them to #NOLAYourStatus and stop HIV stigma.
Given the current standard of care, life expectancy for Black men who have sex with men is 6.3 years shorter than that of their white peers.
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