HIV treatment-as-prevention is effective in homosexual male couples, study finds

[From University of New South Wales Newsroom, July 17, 2018]

“Results from a large study of HIV transmission risk among homosexual male couples with differing HIV status were today published in The Lancet HIV.

The study, led by the Kirby Institute at UNSW Sydney and called Opposites Attract, contributes to global evidence demonstrating a HIV-positive person on daily antiretroviral therapy (ART) and with an undetectable viral load has effectively zero chance of transmitting the virus to their sexual partner.”

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