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Drug Speeds Up Reduction of HIV Levels in Semen, Research Shows

New antiretroviral drugs can reduce the viral load in the blood and semen of HIV-positive individuals more quickly than older treatments, new research shows. In most cases of HIV infection, the virus is transmitted sexually through seminal fluid. While antiretroviral agents usually suppress the virus in the blood to undetectable levels within six months, researchers say HIV remains detectable in semen in up to 25 percent of patients after that time.  Researchers at Bellvitge...

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