“Zero chance” of meeting goal of ending HIV transmission among UK gay and bisexual men by 2030

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Modelling study also finds that PrEP and U=U have contributed equally to bringing down infections

Using a computer model, researchers at University College London have found that there is no realistic chance in the UK of reaching the ‘Ending AIDS’ goal for 2030 that was first set by the United Nations and has since been endorsed by the UK government.

The model was able to determine that PrEP and treatment as prevention have contributed equally to reducing HIV infections in gay and bisexual men over the past decade. Condoms made a similar contribution, especially between 2012 and 2016 when PrEP was not easily available.

Read the full story at Aidsmap.


Source : Aidsmap

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