July 24, 2017: One year after the U=U Consensus Statement was issued, U=U advocates from sixteen countries convened at the International AIDS Society Conference in Paris. The U=U community took center stage and held a press conference with global leaders to endorse the message and call for universal access to treatment and care to save lives and prevent new transmissions.


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Technical Assistance PAC provides technical assistance for communities and activists to integrate U=U in public health communications, clinical, and advocacy work based on best practices learned from the extensive U=U community.  Community Hub & Mobilization PAC facilitates the sharing of resources among the global U=U community, including social marketing and communications materials, advocacy strategies, and research. In most … Continued


Research shows people with HIV report improved health outcomes when their providers inform them about U=U


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New Jersey Department of Health Signs on to U=U

“There are more than 37,000 residents in the state living with HIV and while we have made great progress in reducing the incidence of HIV, there is still so much more work to be done,” Gov. Phil Murphy said. “I am calling on all stakeholders to join the Department of Health to work strategically to … Continued

Bruce Richman weighs in on Anderson Cooper’s commentary on HIV Criminalization

“In a fiery discussion on CNN following Wednesday’s vice presidential debate, anchor Anderson Cooper slammed Donald Trump’s reckless behaviour since his diagnosis with Covid-19… “There are gay people in this country who are HIV-positive, and in some states, they can be arrested if they do not inform a sexual partner that they are HIV positive, even though if they are … Continued

Prevention Access Campaign Welcomes New Staff

Prevention Access Campaign (PAC) and the Undetectable equals Untransmittable (U=U) Campaign are thrilled to announce new members of the team who will expand community outreach and engagement as well as develop and deepen new and existing partnerships. Effective immediately, Davina (Dee) Conner will begin a new role as U.S. Creative Engagements and Outreach Specialist. Deondre … Continued

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