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What is HIV – and everything else you need to know

Debbie Laycock, head of HIV and sexual health policy for Terrence Higgins Trust in the U.K, explains there any many harmful myths that couldn’t be more wrong about HIV, and what you actually need to know about HIV:

“HIV treatment works by reducing the amount of virus in the blood to undetectable levels, which protects the immune system from damage. This also means, because the amount of virus in the body is so low, that HIV can’t be passed on – with or without a condom”

“This game-changing message has now been endorsed by hundreds of global organisations, including us at Terrence Higgins Trust.” #CantPassItOn.

Read more at Cosmopolitan.com.

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