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“Undetectable”: What Does It Really Mean?

“Undetectable”: What Does It Really Mean?

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

Launching this month: new videos, Q&As, fact sheets, and more on “undetectable” viral load—and what it means in the exam room and in the bedroom. Got questions of your own? Ask! Read More

Promiscuous Gay Nerd: No Magic Bullet, Redux—Why Treatment as Prevention Isn’t Just a “Biomedical” Intervention

Promiscuous Gay Nerd: No Magic Bullet, Redux—Why Treatment as Prevention Isn’t Just a “Biomedical” Intervention

, by Jake Sobo

The truth is, there is no such thing as a purely “biomedical intervention” or a purely “behavioral intervention.” Read More

The State of the Science on PrEP and Treatment as Prevention

The State of the Science on PrEP and Treatment as Prevention

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

No subscription required: A free full-text journal article, available online, brings you the latest data and perspectives on using oral antiretrovirals to prevent HIV infection. Read More

How AIDS Ends: An Anthology

How AIDS Ends: An Anthology

, by San Francisco AIDS Foundation

What do President Bill Clinton, veteran activist Cleve Jones, Ryan White’s mother, and other visionaries think it will take to end AIDS for good? Read More

AIDS 2012: Beyond Doctors and Drugs—A Treatment as Prevention Q&A

AIDS 2012: Beyond Doctors and Drugs—A Treatment as Prevention Q&A

, by Reilly O'Neal

After leading a jam-packed workshop, STOP AIDS Project’s Jen Hecht and Justin Jones shared thoughts on what treatment as prevention means for people with HIV, and for the future. Read More