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The End HIV Oregon logo - an orange outline of the state of Oregon, with "End HIV" inside. The I in "HIV" is a red ribbon.The HIV Prevention Program seeks to prevent new infections by supporting public health, targeted HIV testing, comprehensive prevention services for people living with HIV, condom distribution, policy change and perinatal prevention efforts. Read more about the HIV Prevention Program.

On December 1, 2016, World AIDS Day, OHA and its public health and community partners launched End HIV Oregon, the state's strategy to end new HIV infections. It builds on decades of work by community members, and public and private agencies on such programs as prevention education, syringe exchange, and quality care and treatment. Learn more at www.endhivoregon.org and follow End HIV Oregon on Instagram.

Oregon Health Authority is proud to partner with Prevention Access Campaign's U=U campaign to share the word that Undetectable = Untransmittable. Studies show that people living with HIV who are on effective treatment, and achieve and maintain an undetectable viral load, have no risk of transmitting HIV to their sexual partners.

Click on the images below for tips on staying safe while connecting sexually.

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