Study: Drugs Preventing HIV Sexual Transmission

People who suffer from HIV disease and take antiretroviral drugs can no longer transmit the virus during sex, a new study has discovered. Professor Alison Rodger from University College London stressed that the study provided "conclusive evidence for gay men that the risk of HIV transmission with suppressive ART (antiretroviral therapy) is zero", saying that "this powerful message can help end the HIV pandemic by preventing HIV transmission".