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Persons with HIV: Prevention & Care

Doctor discussing prevention with patientThe listed documents provide guidance about behavioral and biomedical methods to prevent onward HIV transmission or HIV-related disease. This guidance is intended for clinicians, HIV testing and prevention providers working outside of healthcare facilities, health departments, and persons with HIV infection. CDC is currently collaborating with several federal and non-federal partners to develop comprehensive recommendations about methods to prevent onward HIV transmission from persons with HIV. These recommendations will be posted on this page in the future.   

 


 

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