New Study Finds Drugs That Prevent HIV Transmission; See How It Works!

New Study Finds Drugs That Prevent HIV Transmission

A new study shows that the use of suppressive antiretroviral drugs reduces the risk of s*xual transmission of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) between partners to zero.

Conducted by researchers at the University College London, the study examined the risk of HIV transmission through condomless s*x in g*y couples with the HIV-positive partner taking suppressive antiretroviral therapy.

Over the space of eight years, the study monitored more than 1,000 male couples in Europe where one partner tested HIV positive and underwent antiretroviral therapy…Click next below to continue reading..

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