What it’s Like to Date with HIV

Karen Fratti shares her honest and unapologetic story with journalist Mia Degraff, leveraging the platform of the world’s most read news site to educate about U=U, advocate access to treatment and care, and fight HIV stigma. Mia is also the first journalist to break the news in a mainstream publication that people with HIV on effective treatment do not transmit HIV, sourcing Prevention Access Campaign.

“If a person is undetectable and stays on treatment, they cannot pass it on to a partner.  Roughly 30 percent of America’s 1.2 million people with HIV – including Karen  – have reached an undetectable viral load which underscores the need for expanded access to testing, treatment, and care.”

Read more in DailyMail.com.

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