Drugs almost eliminate risk of sex with HIV positive partner, African study shows

By Katy Migiro NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – A daily dose of anti-HIV medication almost eradicates the risk of infection for people in a relationship with an HIV positive partner, a study showed on Tuesday, raising hopes of reducing HIV rates among one of Africa’s highest risk groups. Baeten said the study was good news for serodiscordant couples – where one partner is HIV positive and the other HIV negative – who want to have children.
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