Murray Penner from Prevention Access Campaign discusses U=U in second episode of on-going video series sponsored by Napo Pharmaceuticals.
Undetectable equals untransmittable, otherwise known to many in the HIV field as U=U is a global movement freeing those living with HIV to escape the fear of transmitting the virus to a sexual partner because it won’t be passed on if someone has an undetectable viral load and is on antiretroviral treatment.
In the second episode of HIV Community Conversations, presented by Napo Pharmaceuticals, Murray Penner, executive director for North America of Prevention Access Campaign discusses the success, challenges and goals of moving this campaign along and winning over those that still resist the factual and scientific evidence—the overwhelming volume of support for U=U.
Please note, that this interview was pre-recorded, so all of the information discusses and presented were accurate at the time of the taping. The video also was reviewed by legal, regulatory, and compliance internally by Napo Pharmaceuticals—although no changes were requested or made.
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