May 13, 2011 7:19 AM

Study: Early HIV treatment slows spread of disease

A multinational study headed by a UNC-Chapel Hill researcher has led to a discovery that could help slow the spread of HIV. Early treatment of heterosexual HIV patients with antiretroviral drugs sharply reduces the chances they will transmit the virus, according to results of the nine-nation study released Thursday.

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