CATIE and CBRC invite you to attend the Vancouver launch of Can’t Pass It On, with Bruce Richman, founder of the U=U campaign.
People living with HIV on effective treatment can’t pass it on to a partner. That’s the message CATIE and our partners are sharing through our new Can’t Pass It On key messages series, adapted from Terrence Higgins Trust in the United Kingdom.
CATIE and CBRC invite you to attend the Vancouver launch of Can’t Pass It On, with special guest Bruce Richman, founder of the Prevention Access Campaign’s “Undetectable Equals Untransmittable” (U=U) campaign.
Attendance is free but space is limited, so reserve your tickets as soon as possible.
This community event will include a presentation from CATIE on the science behind Can’t Pass It On, and a panel discussion with local and international speakers on the importance of this message for people living with HIV and their partners. Afterwards, join us for a reception with light refreshments.
The venue is wheelchair accessible. ASL interpretation is available upon request; for this and any other accessibility needs, please write to [email protected] before October 24.