1. Early drug therapy curbs HIV transmission: study

    People with HIV who take antiretroviral drugs before their health declines have a 96 percent lower risk of transmitting the virus to a partner, a breakthrough global study released Thursday said. The large study that covered mainly heterosexual couples in Africa, India and the Americas was hailed by AIDS experts as a game-changer that will transform how the incurable disease is managed. Until now, antiretroviral therapy was known to improve the health of HIV-infected patients, but this is the fi
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    1. The study was designed to evaluate the benefit to the sexual partner as well as the benefit to the HIV-infected person.
    2. Previous data about the potential value of antiretrovirals in making HIV-infected individuals less infectious to their sexual partners came largely from observational and epidemiological studies.
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