Advocates Call For Universal Access To Viral Load Testing At AIDS 2014

Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks”: AIDS 2014: Undetectable viral load an opportunity for all by 2020 is activists’ call for action
“…Some 50 international and national civil society organizations of people living with HIV and their advocates [at the AIDS 2014 conference in Melbourne, Australia,] called for universal access to viral load testing and the opportunity for an undetectable viral load for all people living with HIV by 2020. They argue in a press release [.pdf] issued on Sunday here in Melbourne that ‘reaching an undetectable viral load is the closest thing we have to a cure for HIV’…” (Lubinski, 7/20).

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