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He also notes that having patients at risk for HIV on Pr EP gives them more opportunities to see the patient since it is a biomedical prevention.

It allows them to treat STIs and other problems more efficiently while counseling for any other risk behaviors.

BETA put these questions to Zachary Barnett and Derek Brocklehurst, two gay men with different experiences of “undetectable.” Zachary is the founder and executive director of the Abzyme Research Foundation, an organization working toward an HIV vaccine, and has written candidly in the Advocate about his experiences disclosing his own HIV status and undetectable viral load. I'm a talker myself, and I've suffered through a few bouts of word vomit every so often. But when it comes to dialogue, all those conversation topics and lead-ins you planned in your head are typically tossed right out the window.Derek brings his perspectives as a San Francisco-based registered nurse specializing in HIV and an outspoken past Pr EP user with HIV-positive and HIV-negative sex partners.In this Q&A, Derek and Zachary offer their takes on what “undetectable” means, and their advice for how to talk about it with hook-ups, dates, and other important people in your life, whatever your HIV status. The first meaning is very clinical: Doctors aren’t able to find a detectable amount of virus when they screen you at regular check-ups. ” Asking the viral load question triggers a series of follow-up questions that help gauge where he’s at and how he takes care of himself.