High Rates Of HIV Care, Treatment Retention Could Help Reduce HIV Incidence, Study Shows

IDSA’s “Science Speaks”: How to cut HIV incidence? Researchers do the math and find keeping patients in care is pivotal
Antigone Barton, senior editor and writer of “Science Speaks,” discusses results from a study modeling how treatment retention of people living with HIV could help reduce the number of new infections. Barton notes, “The study’s data and calculations are limited to U.S. numbers but its findings, which include needs to strengthen testing and care linkage as well as prevention efforts, reflect global challenges” (2/7).

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