Living with HIV
The community of those living with or vulnerable to HIV is vast, diverse and strong. So too is the work being done to ensure each person has the treatment, support and resources they need.
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Basic terms and facts
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PEP is a medicine taken after a potential exposure to HIV. It must be started within 72 hours of a possible exposure.
PrEP is a medicine taken by people vulnerable to HIV to prevent acquiring the virus from sex or injection drug use.
A person with an undetectable viral load cannot transmit HIV. The amount of virus, as determined by a laboratory test, in someone’s blood is called a viral load. When a person living with HIV takes their HIV medicines as prescribed, they can reach a point when their viral load is not detectable by those laboratory tests. While reaching an undetectable viral load has other health benefits for the person, treatment is also a form of prevention.