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While a majority of people with HIV worldwide achieve an undetectable viral load, it may not be durable over time.
A large international study suggests that changing policies may improve access to HIV treatment and viral suppression.
The current design of the HIV care continuum is a straight line from diagnosis to an undetectable viral load.
A new CDC model shows the potential power of Undetectable = Untransmittable to curb HIV rates by 2027.
The 90-90-90 HIV targets expire at the end of 2020. Bob Leahy looks at what comes next and what role people living with HIV can play.
Plus: Seven European cities surpass the Fast-Track HIV targets.
UNAIDS hopes nations will follow the lead of a number of sub-Saharan African countries that are gaining control of their HIV epidemics.
The decline has nothing to do with fewer hookups during COVID-19 lockdowns.
You’ve heard about the 90-90-90 HIV targets. But what about measuring quality of life? Bob Leahy wonders about adding a fourth 90.
Disruptions in access to antiretroviral treatment due to the COVID-19 pandemic could lead to a major setback in combating HIV.
Courtesy of the Scottish police, Amsterdam and four cities in Ireland
The National Black Justice Coalition can help you strike up the necessary conversations.
Which other cities have aimed for these targets, and how are they doing?
An overview of strategies and successes
Vacations and their healthful benefits, writes Bob Leahy, are largely and unfairly out of reach for many low-income people living with HIV.
Here is who’s affected most by HIV in Dallas and what else the city is doing to battle the epidemic.
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