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A European study of nearly 1,000 gay male couples who had sex without condoms — where one partner had HIV and was taking antiretroviral drugs to suppress it — has found the treatment can prevent sexual transmission of the virus.A European study of nearly 1,000 gay male couples who had sex without condoms — where one partner had HIV and was taking antiretroviral drugs to suppress it — has found the treatment can prevent sexual transmission of the virus.

HIV-suppressing medication can make the AIDS virus 'untransmittable' even among couples who have sex without using condoms, new research showed Friday.HIV-suppressing medication can make the AIDS virus 'untransmittable' even among couples who have sex without using condoms, new research showed Friday.

Treatment prevents sexual HIV transmission in 8-year study of nearly 1,000 couples | CTV News

The study proves, the researchers said, that using antiretroviral therapy to suppress the AIDS virus to undetectable levels also means it cannot be passed on via sex, the researchers said.The study proves, the researchers said, that using antiretroviral therapy to suppress the AIDS virus to undetectable levels also means it cannot be passed on via sex, the researchers said.

Study of nearly 1,000 couples shows antiretroviral drugs prevent transmission of HIV - National | Globalnews.ca

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After surveying 782 couples, scientists said: "The risk of HIV transmission through anal sex when HIV viral load is suppressed is effectively zero."After surveying 782 couples, scientists said: "The risk of HIV transmission through anal sex when HIV viral load is suppressed is effectively zero."

HIV elimination: scientists report zero infections after anti-viral trials - Business Insider

A study reveals taking antiretroviral (ART) medicines to suppress HIV can prevent the sexual transmission of the virus.A study reveals taking antiretroviral (ART) medicines to suppress HIV can prevent the sexual transmission of the virus.

HIV-suppressing drugs prevent transmission of AIDS virus: Study | News | Al Jazeera

People with HIV who are undergoing effective treatment cannot pass on the virus through sex, scientists have said, claiming the end of the pandemic could be in sight.People with HIV who are undergoing effective treatment cannot pass on the virus through sex, scientists have said, claiming the end of the pandemic could be in sight.

End to the HIV pandemic in sight, say scientists, after study finds treatment stops sexual transmission of virus

The research into 1,000 gay male couples taking antiretroviral HIV drugs adds to previous research in heterosexual couples that showed the drugs were effective in stopping transmissions.The research into 1,000 gay male couples taking antiretroviral HIV drugs adds to previous research in heterosexual couples that showed the drugs were effective in stopping transmissions.

Drugs make HIV virus 'untransmittable' with ZERO infections between partners during eight-year study | Daily Mail Online

An eight-year study of gay male couples -- in which one partner was HIV positive and on suppressive antiretroviral therapy -- found no HIV transmissions.An eight-year study of gay male couples -- in which one partner was HIV positive and on suppressive antiretroviral therapy -- found no HIV transmissions.

No HIV transmissions found among nearly 1,000 LGBTI male couples on antiretroviral treatment

A study of nearly 1,000 gay male couples in The Lancet found no cases of HIV transmission over eight yearsSCIENTISTS say an end to HIV “could be in sight” after drugs stopped the spread via unprotected sex, a new study found. Researchers tested 1,000 gay male couples – one partner who…

End to HIV 'could be in sight' as drugs STOP spread via unprotected sex

Health News - Read more at AsiaOneAsiaOne - HIV-suppressing medication can make the Aids virus "untransmittable" even among couples who have sex without using condoms, new research showed on Friday. The Europe-wide study monitored nearly 1,000 gay male couples over a period of eight years, where one partner was HIV-positive and receiving antiretroviral (ART) treatment, while the other was HIV negative. Doctors did not find a single case of in-couple HIV transmission within that time, raising hopes that widespread ART programmes could eventually end new infections.. Read more at AsiaOne

The end of Aids in sight? New medication stops transmission of virus, Health News - AsiaOne

End To AIDS In Sight As Study Finds Drug To Stop HIV Transmission

Anti-HIV drugs have stopped the virus spreading even in couples who have sex without condoms, new research has found. A study of nearly 1,000 gay male couples, where one partner...Experts said the results were a ‘powerful message’ that should be spread widely.

End to Aids is near as huge study finds anti-HIV drugs stop transmission | Metro News