U=U & U is Pride Media’s year-long initiative to get the word out about HIV prevention, treatment, and testing, especially the groundbreaking news that people living with HIV who have undetectable viral loads can no longer transmit HIV.
Age ain't nothing but a number, after all.
PrEP activists say that CDC leaders have access to new technologies, but refuse to implement them efficiently.
An honest assessment says it's highly doubtful we'll end the virus until we have leadership and full participation from all communities.
Health organizations agree that those who are undetectable can't transmit the virus, but researchers say the message isn't getting out.
The organization was one of the oldest HIV resources in the country, and apparently went under due to a lack of funding.
Activist Jim Chud lived with HIV for decades. Before his death, he open up with Plus about the AIDS crisis, future of HIV, and what he's learned.
Don't let the headlines confuse you or Trump convice you that we can cure HIV. That's not how to erradicate the virus.