New research studies presented state that treating people with HIV or Aids can provide a positive alternative: It reduces the abilities of infection to others.
New infections decreased in parts of Canada as more people went on AIDS drugs, furthermore, lowering the affection rate and the chances people would spread it, the study reported.
For every 100 people with HIV who used the AIDS drugs, new infections dropped by three percent in British Columbia, where the study was conducted.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the U.S National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, reports “the more people you put on therapy, the less transmission there is.” Fauci further states, the drop in new cases in Canada “likely could not be explained by anything else.
The results were published online Sunday by the British medical journal Lancet and were being presented at the International Aids Conference in Vienna.
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