@helpstopthevirus
Help Stop the Virus.

There is no cure for HIV, but testing, prevention, and treatment can all work together to help us stop the virus.

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2018-12-24 14:00:23

    You can live a longer, healthier life. No matter what your test results are.

    If your results are positive, talk to a healthcare provider. There’s no cure for HIV, but starting and sticking to a daily HIV treatment with 3 medicines, helps lower the amount of virus in your body. It can get so low, it can’t be measured by a test. It’s called being undetectable and it helps protect your health and the health of others.

    If you’re HIV-negative, protect yourself. Use condoms, practice safer sex, never share needles, and get retested. You can also ask a healthcare provider about all the ways to prevent HIV.

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    Living with HIV: Dante | I’m HIV undetectable: Starting and sticking to HIV treatment lowers the amount of virus in your body. There’s no cure for HIV, but your viral load can get so low, it’s undetectable by a test. Talk to a healthcare provider and watch the video to see why being undetectable is an important part of Dante’s HIV story

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    Starting and sticking to HIV treatment—the way your healthcare provider tells you—helps lower the amount of virus in the body. It can get so low it can’t be measured by a test. So low, it’s undetectable. And current research shows that sticking to treatment and staying undetectable means there’s basically no risk of passing HIV on through sex. That’s how treatment prevents the spread of HIV.

    Ask a healthcare provider all about it. There’s no cure for HIV, but find out more about how TasP helps stop the virus in our bodies and communities.

    This video is a good place to start.

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