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While a majority of people with HIV worldwide achieve an undetectable viral load, it may not be durable over time.
NoiseFilter’s latest animated HIV series explains U=U, PrEP and PEP—with help from trans activist Milan Nicole Sherry.
Study shows just one snapshot of the impact of COVID-19 on the health and access to care among people living with HIV.
People 55 and older make up 37% of the U.S. HIV population. Most are undetectable. What’s more, PrEP use increased among this age group.
These encouraging results do not apply, however, to people who remain undiagnosed.
Undetectable viral load improves longevity and prevents transmission of HIV.
Immigrants and girls had worse HIV outcomes in this study.
People who started treatment on the same day as their HIV diagnosis achieved an undetectable viral load sooner.
The St. Louis woman, who is also HIV positive, has not appeared in court or surrendered the child to authorities.
A series in the Lancet journal surveys HIV in the United States, notably among Black Americans, Latinos and other minorities.
Rural inequities must be addressed to achieve the Ending the HIV Epidemic goal of 95% viral suppression.
A new CDC model shows the potential power of Undetectable = Untransmittable to curb HIV rates by 2027.
Kenya has been using similar technology for three years. DC’s efforts are among the first in the United States.
Survey findings from the “Owning HIV” campaign show the need for proactive education.
Hint: It starts with three letters.
Enjoy “Strip AIDS 2020” on VisualAIDS.org, and tune in to the related podcast.
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