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You can change your cookie settings at any time if you want. At the heart of it lie two supreme court decisions — R v. John Richard Middleton Smith. Frågor riktade antalet deltagare, sexuella partners, hiv-status för varje partner och antalet sexuella handlingar som utförs med dem, och hur många gånger som kondom användes. He argues that decriminalizing behaviors for people who have achieved viral suppression is an important first step. And all the prosecution, which results from non-disclosure being treated in Canada as a criminal offence, is doing more harm than good, according to the Community, AIDS, Treatment, Information Exchange CATIEa Canadian group that promotes good practices for treatment and prevention programs for those living with HIV and hepatitis C. Också, som patienter fullföljde fler bedömningar, de blev alltmer medvetna om sin risk att smittas av andra sexuellt överförbara sjukdomar och deras negativa känslor om att förändra riskfyllt sexuellt beteende minskade.