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Gay men living with HIV factor being ‘undetectable’ into decisions about sex

Gay men living with HIV factor being ‘undetectable’ into decisions about sex

, by Emily Land

People who are undetectable do not transmit HIV to others. Do people know this, and are they acting on it? Read More

Do you know U=U?

Do you know U=U?

, by Emily Land

Advocates for “Undetectable=Untransmittable” (U=U) were out, proud and visible this year at the International AIDS Conference, spreading the message that people living with HIV with undetectable viral loads do not transmit HIV to partners. Read More

Condomless sex can be “safe sex,” if viral load is undetectable, says Opposites Attract researcher

Condomless sex can be “safe sex,” if viral load is undetectable, says Opposites Attract researcher

, by Emily Land

In a study with more than 300 gay men with HIV, there were zero HIV transmissions to HIV-negative sex partners if people had undetectable viral loads. Read More

Raw sex: What the research says about risk when you’re undetectable

Raw sex: What the research says about risk when you’re undetectable

, by Emily Land

Read why one man living with HIV doesn’t use condoms with his HIV-negative partner—and about research showing that risk of transmitting HIV is minimal. Read More

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 Land

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