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One key factor that this article failed to mention was when we say undetectable and suppressed viral load that its synonymous with a viral load of 200 and below……in the past when the word undetectable was mentioned it referred to less than 40 or 20 or depending on the sensitivity of the test…….so for the sake of U=U folks dont need to necessarily look for the undetectable on their blood work …you can have a viral load of 200 and below and still be considered untransmittable ( based on the studies that substantiate U=U)
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