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The newly released PARTNER2 study documented 77,000 condomless anal sex acts between mixed-HIV-status men; Opposites Attract had 12,000.
The study of mixed-HIV-status gay couples prompted the CDC to conclude that undetectable people have effectively no risk of passing on HIV.
Highlights from the research presented at the 9th International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Science in Paris.
Between this study of mixed-HIV-status gay couples and a similar previous study, partners have engaged in about 35,000 condomless sex acts.
The HPTN 052 trial found no transmissions between mixed-HIV-status heterosexual couples when the HIV-positive partner was undetectable.
At USCA 2016, people living with HIV discuss what viral suppression means to them.
Celebrating 20 years of effective HIV treatment
No one with a fully suppressed viral load infected his or her long-term HIV-negative partner with HIV during a 10-year study examining how ant...
An overview of studies presented at the International AIDS Society Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Starting HIV treatment with a higher viral load tends to increase the time it takes to suppress the virus, extending the window of time when a...
A major study lends support to the belief that fully suppressing HIV through treatment makes transmitting the virus highly unlikely.
Psychological wellbeing emerged as the only factor that predicted good adherence to HIV antiretrovirals in a recent study.
A debate is raging between activists over whether treating HIV when CD4 cells are high is scientifically sound.
Starting HIV treatment before CD4 cells drop too low reduces the risk of AIDS and HIV-related illnesses, according to the same large study, ca...
Starting antiretroviral treatment for HIV before CD4 cells drop too low reduces the risk of AIDS and HIV-related illnesses.
Two years into large study, there were no transmissions between HIV-positive people with a suppressed virus and their HIV-negative partners.
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