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Will people living with HIV ever be able to stop taking antiretroviral drugs?

Please join the OHTN, ACT and PWA in a free event discussing the latest research into HIV treatment approaches that may one day release people living with HIV from the need to take daily antiretroviral treatments. APRIL 16 2019 Refreshments 6:30 pm Lecture 7:00 – 8:30 pm Casey House, Dining Room 119 Isabella Street, Toronto

Nov. 1, 2018 Community Consultation Report

On November 1st, representatives from the Toronto to Zero initiative gave an inaugural public presentation to more than one hundred community members at the 519 Community Centre. Presenters talked about the project’s approach, principles and objectives. After the presentation, community members participated in facilitated discussions focused on the central question, “What does Toronto To Zero’s […]

November 1, 2018 Town Hall Presentation

On November 1st, 2018 members of Toronto to Zero gave a presentation at the 519 to community members to introduce the project. Watch this video to listen to the presentation from that evening’s speakers. After the presentation, community members participated in facilitated discussions focused on the central question, “What does Toronto to Zero’s plan need […]

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Toronto to Zero is an ambitious city-wide drive to make new HIV transmissions rare and help people with HIV lead long healthy lives, free from stigma and discrimination.