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AIDS: Can the transmission of the HIV virus be stopped?

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According to the recent study on AIDS, this is clear that the risks of getting the virus transmitted by the male partners can completely suppressed by the antiretrovirals. The research says that the transmission of the HIV virus can be curbed if the men with HIV infection take antiretrovirals.

This will help them ensure that their partners are not at all infected by HIV.
The report makes it clear that there is no mere chance of getting the disease transmitted into the body of the partner even if tried without the use of condoms.

15 infected men got infected with HIV and the DNA test proved that this was caused by some other person who was infected and definitely not under the treatment.

AIDS: Can the transmission of the HIV virus be stopped?

AIDS: How is it transmitted?
Source: STD-Gov

AIDS: Statement of Professor Alison Rodger

According to Professor Alison Rodger, this is something that puts issues in the bed. The transmission of AIDS can be solved with this study. According to him, this is also the case with the heterosexual couples which has now got a firm solution.

AIDS: Can the transmission of the HIV virus be stopped?

AIDS: Can the transmission of the HIV virus be stopped?
Source: NPR

The findings are of great help to ring the constant problem of the world to an end. This has now made the AIDS infection non-transmittable.

A powerful message

This is a powerful message for all the AIDS patients. They must have the drug and stop the spread of the disease. The disease extends the bounds of its spread which is really alarming. However, now there is an availability of an option.

In order to tackle the stigma, every AIDS patient must seek treatment and must  inject the drug . The pressure is really high as there is a whole lot of discrimination that people tend to face. Therefore, the drug can help to mend the worsened stuff.

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