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Puerto Rico’s economic crisis threatens critical progress on HIV.
Another study finds that there is no HIV transmission when viral load is fully suppressed.
Andrew Spieldenner tackles the topic of prevention of the virus in his opinion piece titled “Infectious Sex?”
State laws that criminalize people who don’t first disclose their HIV status before potential exposure don’t appear to prevent transmission.
Julia Stambler knows that Sheen’s undetectable status—plus the use of protection—means she won’t contract the virus.
A performer tested positive but did not contract HIV on-set and did not expose coworkers to the virus, says a trade association.
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An unacceptably high rate of mother-to-child transmission of HIV still occurs in many African nations, often through breast feeding.
Adolescents and young adults who contracted the virus from their mothers have poorer health compared with other adults with HIV.
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Can you get HIV from eating bananas?
Advocates born with HIV face ongoing challenges.
Accuracy Watchdog corrects erroneous reporting about HIV transmission risks.
With 69 such births in 2013, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stresses there are still “missed opportunities” for prevention...
The AIDS United Public Policy Committee also has signed on to the consensus statement issued by Prevention Access Campaign.
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