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Understanding Undetectable Equals Untransmittable

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I have been positive for 23 year's and I just today read this article. I have lived a very lonely life since I was diagnosed. I would love to meet someone who isn't afraid of me and just spend some time with me. A beautiful woman would be great

August 20, 2019 Austin Texas

Chris Marsh

Why not call it undetectable equals uninfectable? It rhymes.

March 10, 2019 WV


All I hear these days is U = U. I don't hear anything in the media about how having serodiscordant sex is a still a felony in most US states. Members of the current national government were talking about quarantining again. So as long as we're educating people and keeping them healthy, remember Poz people can still go to prison for who they love. The U = U campaign is great but we must also not relegate those who are unable to be undetectable to second class PLWHIV.

February 27, 2019 New Orleans


I'm not sure why this story as described here quickly turned into a narrative about people of colour. Although I'm sure that people of colour had a role to play, and without meaning to lessen the impact of HIV and stigma on their communities, this story is really about the resistance of all non-infected (straight) people to allow infected people (primarily gay men) to have a sex life without fear. This story is about the general population being anti-sex, and primarily anti-gay-men-sex.

February 20, 2019 Vancouver


I understand that completely but the missing part is the general public doesn’t. They see and hear prep commercials and only hear Liver Death, Kidney Death and you may die from Lactic acidosis. That really gives everyone a warm fuzzy feeling towards anyone HIV/ Aids

February 19, 2019


It seems that we are preaching to the choir. It will be a long time, if ever, that the general public will understand that U=U.

February 19, 2019


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