One of the main goals of Life4me+ — is to prevent new cases of HIV and other STIs, hepatitis C and tuberculosis.

The app helps to establish anonym communication between physicians and HIV-positive people. It allows you to conveniently organize your medication intake timetable and set concealed and personalized reminders.

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16 October 2017, 12:15
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Russia joins the U=U campaign

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“Undetectable = Untransmittable" campaign starts in Russia. It's a part of the global U=U campaign already supported by a significant number of leading scientists and professional organizations. Russian campaign is organized by Life4me+, the Russian slogan of the campaign is «Н=Н» («Неопределяемый значит не передающий»).

A groundswell of research confirms that when a person living with HIV is on effective treatment, it will reduce the level of HIV to "undetectable" levels which protects their health and makes them incapable of transmitting HIV to their sexual partners, or what is called "Undetectable = Untransmittable: U=U". However very few people, except the experts, are awared about it in the Eastern Europe and Central Asia region. The first Russian-language campaign "U=U" aims to inform as many people as possible.

"We’re thrilled about the launch of the UequalsU campaign for Russian speaking countries. It is very important to educate about HIV and fight HIV stigma especially in countries where transmissions continue to grow. This is an important step to ensure Russian speaking people living with HIV, healthcare providers and policymakers can get accurate information about how treatment keeps people with HIV healthy and stops new transmissions. This goes a long way toward eliminating the HIV stigma which has been one of the greatest challenges to ending the epidemic," said Bruce Richman, the founder and executive director of the Global U=U Campaign.

Within the framework of the campaign, regional professional organizations will join the Consensus Statement.

The official page of Russian-language campaign is here.