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It is with great pleasure that we are able to announce that the study on HIV serodifferent partnerships has been funded by NIHR (National Institute for Health Research in the UK), and has been given the name PARTNER. Additional funding provided for participation of the Swiss centres by The Swiss Office of Public Health. The PARTNER study is a collaboration between Royal Free and Copenhagen HIV Programme (CHIP). The ethics committees in 14 of the 14 countries have by May 2012 approved the study.

The PARTNER Study presented data at CROI 2014 in Boston

HIV transmission risk through condomless sex if the HIV positive partner is on suppressive ART: PARTNER study A Rodger, V Cambiano, T Bruun, P Vernazza, S Collins, V Estrada, J Van Lunzen, GM Corbelli, AM Geretti, D Asboe, P Viciano, F Gutiérrez, C Pradier, K Westling, R Weber, H Furrer, J Prins, J Gerstoft, A Phillips and J Lundgren for the PARTNER Study Group.

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Contact Information

Tina Bruun, Nurse MSA
Projector coordinator for PARTNER
Direct: + 45 35 45 57 93
Mail: tbr@cphiv.dk
Rigshospitalet, University of Copenhagen
CHIP, Department of Infectious Diseases and Rheumatology, Section 2100
Blegdamsvej 9
DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø, Denmark

Prof. Andrew Phillips and Dr Alison Rodger
Research Department of Infection & Population Health
Royal Free Campus
Rowland Hill Street
London, NW3 2 PF