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For Gay Men, Zero HIV Transmissions with Condomless Anal Sex and Undetectable Viral Load in PARTNER Study

For Gay Men, Zero HIV Transmissions with Condomless Anal Sex and Undetectable Viral Load in PARTNER Study

, by Emily Newman

After more than an estimated 22,000 condomless sex acts, there were no HIV transmissions among serodiscordant couples when the HIV-positive partner had an undetectable viral load. Read More

“Biomed-matching” Emerges among Gay Men Who Say to Partners, “I’m also on PrEP”

“Biomed-matching” Emerges among Gay Men Who Say to Partners, “I’m also on PrEP”

, by Emily Newman

In an online survey, HIV-negative and HIV-positive men reported considering PrEP use and undetectable viral load when deciding on condom use. Read More

START Trial Shows Benefits of Early Treatment, Supports ART For All

START Trial Shows Benefits of Early Treatment, Supports ART For All

, by Liz Highleyman

Complete results from the START trial leave no room for doubt about benefits of early HIV treatment—and will influence development of world’s ART guidelines. Read More

HPTN 052: No Partner Infections with Viral Suppression

HPTN 052: No Partner Infections with Viral Suppression

, by Emily Newman

Final HPTN 052 study results reveal benefits of treatment as prevention—people with HIV can reduce their risk of HIV transmission by more than 93% with early ART. Read More

UNAIDS: World “On Track” to End AIDS Epidemic by 2030

UNAIDS: World “On Track” to End AIDS Epidemic by 2030

, by Emily Newman

UNAIDS reports 15 million people on antiretroviral therapy and big declines in the number of new HIV infections worldwide. Read More