These two documented cases of HIV acquisition by people adherent to PrEP have come in a period when perhaps 100,000 people at risk of HIV have used this HIV prevention method. JD Davids of TheBody.com reports.
From AIDSmap.com, Michael Carter reports on a study which "observed such health differentials for an eighteen-year period in eight European countries where access to health care and cART is universal.”
If your virus is undetectable you can’t transmit the virus. But why do some living with HIV and their service providers struggle with that concept, or even deny its truth? Bob Leahy reports on the reasons why.
In an open letter to the community, the Canadian Positive People’s Network outlines it concerns about the lack of transparency in recently announced funding decisions, the impact of which is still not clear
Bob Leahy speaks to Noel Gordon Jr, a young activist who at the recent US Conference on AIDS made a plea for more attention to treatment as prevention, suggesting it’s been "left in the closet" due in part to the "sexiness" of PrEP