People With Undetectable Viral Loads Due To Antiretroviral Therapy Have ‘Effectively No Risk’ Of Sexually Transmitting HIV, CDC Confirms

NBC News: Those With Undetectable HIV at ‘Effectively No Risk’ of Transmitting Virus, CDC Says
“Following the lead of hundreds of HIV experts and prevention organizations around the world, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) this week stated there is ‘effectively no risk’ of an HIV-positive person with an undetectable viral load — the amount of HIV in blood — sexually transmitting the virus to an HIV-negative partner…” (Sopelsa, 9/29).

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