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Data from the OHTN Cohort Study, suggests that most people diagnosed with HIV in Ontario are receiving antiretroviral treatment (77%) and that about three-quarters have suppressed viral load. Viral load is an important measure of the success of HIV treatment, but a reduced viral load is only one element of the comprehensive care needed to protect the health and well-being of people living with HIV. Care research focuses on the:

  • continuous improvement of HIV treatment outcomes in Ontario,
  • creation and improvement of comprehensive services that address both mental and physical health, and that determine and establish care standards for HIV-related comorbidities, holistic promotion of health and well-being of people living with HIV

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