Federal Leaders Work Together to Get the Word Out About Research Showing Viral Suppression Prevents HIV Transmission

Richard Wolitski, Ph.D., Director, Office of HIV/AIDS and Infectious Disease Policy, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, reflects on this historic moment, “I was particularly struck by the obvious growing consensus about the research showing HIV treatment that leads to viral suppression prevents sexual transmission of the virus.”

“These scientific findings require that we step back and re-assess what we thought we knew for the last 36 years. At USCA and in discussions we’ve been having for about a year with internal and external stakeholders, it is clear that people living with HIV are leading the way, and they are more than ready for others to follow.” Read more at TheBody.