Author: Caitlin Lockerbie (WTSP) Metro Inclusive Health has a daily mission to provide healthcare options to patients who often feel misunderstood and underrepresented. The non-profit
“‘U = U’ is not an excuse for risky behavior,” says Brian Bailey, Chief Marketing and Experience Officer at Metro Inclusive Health. The organization’s many essential health and community services served more than 27,000 individuals in 2018 and they are on course to significantly increase that number this year.
The goal of each HIV-positive person is to reach the level of “U = U,” Bailey explains. “Getting to undetectable and therefore untransmittable means that as an individual you’re part of the solution in helping to prevent HIV and ultimately end the epidemic.”