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#SidebarWithSindi Nov 13
If you're living with , on antiretroviral treatment, and taking it well, your viral load - the number of HIV copies in your blood - goes down to undetectable levels You can have condomless sex and not infect your partner
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Ginette Petitpas Taylor 23h
Replying to @GinettePT
On a personal note, I’m especially proud of Canada’s first National Dementia Strategy and becoming the first Health Minister in the world to endorse the U=U principle. I’m very excited to see the impact they’ll have in the lives of so many people in the years to come.
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Gretchen Snoeyenbos Newman, MD Nov 16
I'm continually amazed at the level of ongoing HIV stigma. Just had a patient yesterday in tears over the prospect of spending weeks with family that won't let her near the dogs for fear of contagion. is a life giving affirmation for her.
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Murray Penner 🏳️‍🌈🇺🇸 Nov 18
Access to PrEP alone will not end the epidemic. If we want to end the epidemic in the US (& in addition to PrEP), treatment for people w/ HIV must be readily available & affordable, & people w/ HIV must have the support they need to become virally suppressed.
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Eric Nov 13
A person living with HIV who takes treatment as prescribed and maintains an UNDETECTABLE viral load has effectively no risk of passing HIV on to their sexual partner during sex. We should discard the myths of 1980s and face the truths of today.
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Murray Penner 🏳️‍🌈🇺🇸 Nov 20
There's great US focus on PrEP, now incl. a nat'l campaign. It's a great tool & needs scale-up, esp for those who can't currently access it. But where's the focus on getting the 500k ppl w/ HIV into care so they can be undetectable? is foundation of ending the epidemic!
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CiSHAN Nov 19
CiSHAN is a proud member of the Prevention Access Campaign Coalition because we believe that anyone with undetectable viral load cannot effectively transmit HIV through sex
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Matthew Hodson Nov 20
If you test HIV+ you’ll cope. You may even flourish. Knowing your status means you can access the treatment that will keep you healthy and prevent you from passing it on. Get tested.
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Matovu william Nov 17
Activism is not an easy task at all. Because in most cases many people could not believe in what you are preaching to them at that particular moment. But if you are patient,determined and persistent automatically you can have good results at the end.
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Matthew Hodson Nov 18
Jonathan Blake was diagnosed in 1982, five years before the Government told us ‘Don’t Die of Ignorance’. Most of his contemporaries with the virus died. He survives and thrives. This year he turned 70.
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FastTrackCitiesLDN 9h
This week is and it's so important to know your status. If you test positive you can expect a long & healthy life on treatment. People on effective treatment are not infectious to anybody else If you are HIV negative, there are many ways to remain negative
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Sasha goodman Nov 19
So at work they do a meeting for all staff across the University. I've only been invited to stand up and cover HIV and stigma by the Vice Chancellor and the team on the 2nd of december for World aids day!!! Love that where I work are supporting this
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Bruce Richman Nov 19
🇬🇧❤️ love love having dinner & drinks & talking U=U and life with this amazing lady! ⁦
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Irorere Peter Odion 6h
So I went today they told me my viral load has been suppressed to the highest level. I did viral load test the last time I went for pick up u remembered I told u, i just did a test for myself am testing negative....One of my client
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