And if you wonder why those living with HIV and undetectable are zero risk, listen to Bruce Richman.
San Francisco AIDS Foundation has emerged as a leader on the West Coast to communicate game changing message for people with HIV and for ending the epidemic, and we’re grateful for their support of #UequalsU.
It started as alone as I ever imagined a diagnosis could feel. For three weeks, while waiting on confirmation, I wore a pitiful mask in public.
Housing Works' President and CEO issued statement calling for other HIV service organizations to declare undetectable equals untransmittable.
First U.S. HIV and AIDS service organization bravely and ethically says the truth about those living with HIV and undetectable: We cannot transmit.
The deafening silence from the largest HIV service organizations in the U.S. about the actual risk of someone undetectable is bizarre. Are they wasting the opportunity to thwart HIV stigma?