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The PARTNER study is important in that it included both gay and straight couples, that it measured risk in people who were not using condoms and that it estimated absolute risks.Previous studies have almost exclusively been conducted in heterosexual people who still reported high rates of condom use.If you have any questions please contact: Bilingual Services Program at (916) 324-5482 A copy of this disclaimer can also be found on our Disclaimer page.
The PARTNER study provides good evidence that undetectable viral load might be a threshold below which sexual HIV transmission does not occur.
The PARTNER study provides more than three times the amount of follow-up time from people not using condoms than all the previous studies combined.
This includes 500 couple-years of follow up from people having anal sex without condoms.
There were no significant differences between couples who contributed to follow-up data compared to those who did not.
Although 11 people became HIV positive, none of these infections were phylogenetically linked transmissions.