The study, which involved 1,763 mixed-status couples, found early initiation of ART in the HIV partner reduced cases of onward transmission to the HIV- partner by 96% compared to delayed treatment.
Early treatment also resulted in 41% fewer adverse health events for the person living with HIV compared to those not receiving treatment until their CD4 count fell to 200-250 copies per mm.2Following the results of HPTN 052, Executive Director of UNAIDS Michel Sidibé, commented: This breakthrough is a serious game changer and will drive the prevention revolution forward.
It’s very much a forum where members of the public can have their say and can ask direct questions to those in charge of community safety in the city.
The forum is there to question, to get answers, to probe further and to insist on improvements on service delivery.
Brighton and Hove LGBT Switchboard Brighton and Hove LGBT Switchboard is a community organisation and registered charity providing support services run for and by LGBT people in the heart of the LGBT community since 1975. Whether you have a straightforward question about the scene, services for LGBT people or a sexual health enquiry they aim to answer your questions directly, giving you accurate information or putting you in touch with an organisation that has more specific expertise.
They also provide counselling services through their counselling project and is the home of the LGBT Health and Inclusion Project.
Allsorts Youth Project Allsorts is a project based in Brighton to support and empower children and young people under 26 who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans or unsure (LGBTU) of their sexual orientation and/or gender identity.