So, to clarify and defuse the situation, it should be noted some points :
The biomedical prevention is a need expressed by all PLWHAs and peoples concerned by HIV .
The biomedical prevention is an additional argument for the battle for universal access to treatment in poor countries and in prisons.
The biomedical prevention is an important argument against the criminalization of HIV transmission, which beyond our respective countries, is increasing in Africa (since women are the first victims).
The biomedical prevention must be done within the strict framework of informed consent and needs (therapeutic, psychological, sexual and social) of the concerned person(s). In no circumstances it may force the initiation of treatment to anyone, even if early treatment appears to have benefits, and although some mathematical models abound for the establishment of a general strategy of Test&Treat. Warning has long been positioned on the subject .
These reasons alone are sufficient to promote biomedical prevention  in a responsible manner and combined  to other tools in the fight against AIDS : condoms, HIV testing , Counseling, and struggles against serophobia and criminalization of sexual transmission of HIV
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