To eradicate new cases of HIV
Also, the religion continued to be positive mother treatments have been shown to not transmit the virus to their babies in a success rate of 98 percent.
The Executive Director of positive action to access care, Rolake Odetoyinbo, PATA, said studies have shown that people living with HIV with limited significant viral load has a 96 percent success rate doesn't come down with AIDS and transmission to others.
"When you treat people with HIV, you are also protecting others without viruses." he added.
Odetoyinbo says good things about the appropriate treatment is that it reduces the viral load to a significant positive level, so, it's almost impossible to transmit the virus to people who are not infected through sex. In the same vein, people infected will not come down with AIDS.