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December 13, 2009

Transmission of Drug-Resistant HIV Drops 12-Fold in Vancouver

"The transmission of drug-resistant strains of HIV has dropped dramatically in Vancouver, according to a study published January 1 in Clinical Infectious Diseases. The study authors claim the 12-fold reduction in transmitted resistance is at least partly due to the fact that nearly 90 percent of people taking antiretroviral (ARV) therapy are now able to keep their HIV fully suppressed."

Read more in POZ, December 11, 2009.