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Research Update: New York study finds almost half of HIV-positive gay men co-infected with hepatitis C have detectable levels of hepatitis C virus in their rectal fluid

From Prevention in Focus - Fall 2017
2017, CATIE
Research summary - Webpage

Research finds that harm reduction and ART helped to reduce the spread of HIV in Vancouver

2017, CATIE
Research summary - Webpage

Three reasons why CATIE supports U=U for sexual transmission

From Prevention in Focus - Spring 2017
2017, CATIE
Research summary - Webpage

Fast facts: Canada’s HIV treatment cascade and HIV risk estimates

From Prevention in Focus - Spring 2017
2017, CATIE
Research summary - Webpage

Negligible Risk: Updated results from two studies continue to show that antiretroviral treatment and an undetectable viral load is a highly effective HIV prevention strategy

2016, CATIE
Research summary - Webpage

HIV and the female genital tract – what does it mean for HIV prevention?

From Prevention in Focus - Fall 2016
2016, CATIE
Research summary - Webpage

People living with HIV who are undiagnosed: Revisiting our HIV prevention messaging

From Prevention in Focus - Fall 2015
2015, CATIE
Research summary - Webpage

Getting to the bottom of it: Anal sex, rectal fluid, and HIV transmission

From Prevention in Focus - Fall 2014
2014, CATIE
Research summary - Webpage

Quebec develops expert consensus on viral load and HIV transmission risk

2014, CATIE
Research summary - Webpage

Insight into HIV transmission risk when the viral load is undetectable and no condom is used

2014, CATIE
Research summary - Webpage