HIV: No Longer a Death Sentence

Patricia Kisare writes about the U.S. commitment to addressing HIV in the latest Third Way Cafe.

To achieve an AIDS-free generation, care and medicine must be provided to every HIV-positive person while keeping focus on preventing new infections. Antiretroviral medicines have proven to reduce the chance of transmission by 96 percent. Therefore, as more HIV-positive people get medication, the less likely they are to infect others. In addition to treatment, it is essential to continue making all other prevention tools accessible, especially to people who are at most risk.

Read the entire article here.

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