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Our findings provide conclusive evidence that the risk of HIV transmission through anal sex when HIV viral load is suppressed is effectively zero. Among the 782 serodifferent gay couples followed for almost 1600 eligible couple-years of follow-up, which included more than 76,000 reports of condomless sex, we found zero cases of within-couple HIV transmission. In the absence of ART, on the basis of the frequency and type of sex, for receptive condomless anal sex acts alone approximately 472 transmissions (95% CI 83–714) would have been expected.Rodger et al.
Achieving Together has big goals. How will we know if we are on track to reach them? The Texas Department of State Health Services compiles data from a number of sources in order to look at HIV diagnosis, care, and treatment and to understand differences across regions and populations.Continue reading “Visit Achieving Together’s HIV in Texas Pages”