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01 Jan

It means the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has joined scores of public health agencies and more than 400 organizations from nearly 60 countries in affirming that people who take medication are not dangerous to sexual partners.Until now, the agency has refused to say for certain that people who religiously take HIV drugs are not a danger to society.But for years, activists and researchers have been campaigning for that to change since every clinical trial and cohort study ever conducted shows those with an 'undetectable' virus have a zero percent risk of transmission.'There are people out there who have guilt and fear about getting tested positive.They are afraid of the stigma of being positive, so they may not get tested.

Finally, on September 27, Dr Jonathan Mermin Director of National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention and Dr Eugene Mc Cray Director Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention at the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention made their statement.Their letter read: 'People who take ART [anti-retroviral therapy] daily as prescribed and achieve and maintain an undetectable viral load have effectively no risk of sexually transmitting the virus to an HIV-negative partner.'Speaking to Daily Mail Online, Dr Fauci emphasized the gravity of their statement.That is huge.'When you're dealing with biology, people are really concerned with the exceptions.