15 Sep 2021

What does it mean for HIV to be untransmittable?

Being untransmittable means that during sex HIV cannot be passed from one partner to another. It also means that a person living with HIV who is on treatment and has an undetectable viral load cannot share the HIV virus with their partners.


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