By Robert Hopwood
After 40 years, public health officials and activists see a pathway to end the AIDS epidemic. It starts with treatment.
With proper medical care, those living with HIV can reduce the viral load in their blood to an undetectable level. When HIV can’t be detected it can’t be transmitted, according to the California Department of Public Health.
Health officials and activists are now championing the message that undetectable equals un-transmittable, or U=U…:”

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