Healthline: “How Living with HIV Changed After Learning He Was ‘Undetectable’

“Millions of people weren’t being told about [Undetectable = Untransmittable]. [Bruce] Richman felt he had the resources to find a way for it to be delivered to them.

He left his full-time job in 2015 and started pursuing the help of leading HIV researchers. By July 2016, the Prevention Access Campaign (PAC) was formed.

Central to Richman’s organization was Undetectable = Untransmittable (#UequalsU), the social media–driven awareness campaign to end stigma around HIV and educate people about what it means to be undetectable.”


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