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Viral load suppression means risk of HIV transmission is 'at most' 4% during anal sex, but final results not due until 2017
The Board of Directors of the AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT) is pleased to announce, following an extensive and thorough search, the appointment of John Maxwell as Executive Director effective immediately.
More seniors in the province have joined the dating scene in recent years, but an accompanying increase in the number of HIV/AIDS cases has sparked a call for more sexual health education.
A Canadian clinic trial is about to begin on a drug that could be a game changer in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
A new study suggests the life expectancy of Canadians and Americans who are HIV positive is closing in on that of the general population. The study says that a 20-year old diagnosed with HIV today can expect to live into their early 70s.
In Canada, the number of older people living with HIV has doubled in the past 20 years. Doctors, researchers and community support organizations are turning their sights to this bulging demographic, learning to care for a group that didn’t expect to grow old – in a system that isn’t ready for them.
One in 120 adult Torontonians are living with HIV. Despite advances in treatment, the effects of this disease are still enormous. So where has all the outrage gone?