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Study Sees No HIV Transmissions While on Effective Treatment

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Christopher

I've been dealing with the stigma now for 20 years - I've had at least 5 men turn away due to my satus, and the meds did a number on my fat distribution. I lost my 30's and 40's. Now I'm 53 and wondering if this news will make a difference. Is there life out there?

May 9, 2019 Toronto

Zedward

This disturbs me, as it can be seen a reason to get sloppy. The virus being undetectable is a guideline, the virus still exists and always will.

May 7, 2019 New York

Domnut

Yeah but what about those viral blips, due to illness like a cold or flu, that can’t be seen. Doesn’t this still create the possibility of infection? And how does this help those who already have HIV? Does this mean a cure is no longer a priority and that we have to continue the rest of our lives taking these horrible medications? But that’s OK, I’m 54, and just have to look forward to taking medications the rest my life and live with the devastating effects of lipodystophy.

May 3, 2019

reggiedunbarii

Current great information should be shared, understood and accepted by all communities. Stigma may be the biggest obstacle in the prevention, treatment and care of those living with HIV-AIDS. "U=U can be you" Reggie Dunbar II Founder-CEO Poz Military Veterans USA INTL Atlanta GA

May 3, 2019 Atlanta GA

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