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Today, NASTAD is pleased to release a statement
on the latest science on HIV transmission risk. This statement accelerates NASTAD’s longstanding work to end HIV and promote policies and public health practice grounded in science. We now have conclusive evidence embraced by leading experts in the field that people living with HIV who are on ART and are durably virally suppressed are not only less likely to develop HIV-related complications, they also do not transmit the virus to others. This new evidence will help ameliorate decades of HIV-related stigma, discrimination, and criminalization by confirming that treatment is a powerful preventive intervention.
If you need additional information or have questions, please contact Murray Penner orMeico Whitlock.
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