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Aug. 17, 2019: Toledo Pride Parade

U=U — Undetectable = Untransmittable?

2019: Current science shows that someone with an undetectable HIV viral load cannot transmit the virus to another. Undetectable = Untransmittable!

What does it mean if it’s undetectable? A viral load is the amount of HIV that can be measured in the blood of a person living with HIV. If the viral load is so low that it can’t be detected on a test, then the person is considered undetectable. A person with less than 200 copies of HIV per mL of blood is considered to be virally suppressed. People that are virally suppressed, undetectable, cannot transmit the virus sexually to their partners.

According to the University of Toledo Medical Center
, “The goal of the U=U campaign is to educate the public and to further reduce the amount of stigma felt by someone living with HIV.” The UT Medical Center conveyed this message during the Aug. 17th Toledo Pride Parade.   





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