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Ma R. Antiretroviral treatment in gay men minimises risk of HIV transmission. Practitioner June 2019;263(1827):7

Antiretroviral treatment in gay men minimises risk of HIV transmission

24 Jun 2019Pais-up subscribers

There is effectively zero risk of HIV transmission in gay men through condomless sex when HIV viral load is adequately suppressed, the findings of the PARTNER2 study, published in the Lancet, suggest.

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