I Walk to celebrate that Undetectable equals Untransmittable

August 31, 2020

The evidence is in: If you are HIV+, take treatment and maintain an undetectable viral load, you can have sex knowing that you won’t pass HIV to your sex partner. In short, when HIV is undetectable, it’s untransmittable.

The U=U campaign which was first developed by Prevention Access Campaign is about empowering people living with HIV. This message is one of freedom and hope, dismantles HIV stigma on the personal, clinical and community level, encourages people living with HIV to stay on treatment which improves personal and public health outcomes, and strengthens advocacy efforts. The AIDS Network has been proud to be among the first Ontario-based endorsers of this ground-breaking message back in 2017, continues our mission to provide education to people living with HIV and the general public about this incredible and important news!

The AIDS Network relies on the support of our friends and allies in the communities we serve to deliver some of our most crucial programs and services. Show your support today, and help us to continue our mission to respond to the impact of HIV. We imagine a world without new infection, and long, healthy lives for people living with, affected by and vulnerable to HIV

Support The AIDS Network’s Walk Away from Stigma Today

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Hamilton, Ontario

L8N 1B2

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