U=U is absolutely a win-win. There is no loss for that, right? If we can make it universally accessible, if we can take away the barriers that certain populations face to accessing those services, then it’s wonderful. It means that people living with HIV have a much improved quality of life, much less stress when it comes to thoughts of having sex with people, and people who aren’t infected by being in a relationship with somebody, knowing that it’s not an issue anymore. We have got to put the structures in place now. To me, the HIV response now has to move outside the clinic.┬áThere is a whole economic aspect to it as well,┬ánot just for a single country but globally…

-Laura Ferguson,
Associate Professor of Population and Public Health Sciences at the Keck School of Medicine