The results, which are based on a published study in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, are presented on an interactive site that’s as fun to play with as it is informative.
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Because of advances in treatment, AIDS is a relic of the last century in many people’s minds. This is some of the good news. HIV is treatable, and full-blown AIDS is increasingly uncommon, but that is only part of the story.
“For folks who are having a significant amount of unprotected sex, it’s a slam dunk — not only giving them protective medicine, but engaging them in testing, a whole package of regular health care,” Dr. Demetre Daskalakis.
Regardless of your views on criminalization, we can all agree that anyone who intentionally seeks to harm another person should be held accountable for it. That’s why we have laws against hurting other people. But why are there laws on the books specific to HIV non-disclosure?