(BBC) — Further evidence that taking anti-HIV drugs stops gay men passing on the virus to sexual partners has been called a “powerful message” which needs to be spread more widely. A study of nearly 1,000 gay male couples in The Lancet found no cases of HIV transmission over eight years. This was due to ...
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- St. Lucia News Online
- 03, May 03:46 am