July 23-27, HIV.gov reported from the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2018). 15,000 global leaders, policy makers, HIV researchers, and advocates shared updates on the latest developments in HIV prevention, care and treatment.
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- Learn more about the conference at www.aids2018.org at #AIDS2018
The 2017 annual federal progress report on the National HIV/AIDS Strategy was published this month. Read about important progress in reducing new HIV infections, improving health outcomes among people living with HIV, and reducing HIV-related disparities as well as about the work that remains to be done to achieve our national HIV goals.
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- Read how HHS agencies are collaborating to update messages.
- View a NIAID Now blog post on how research studies have shown that people living with HIV who take HIV medication daily as prescribed and achieve and maintain an undetectable viral load have effectively no risk of sexually transmitting HIV to their HIV-negative partners.
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