untransmissible

untransmissible

(ˌʌntrænzˈmɪsəbəl)
adj
archaic intransmissible
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'This means that their viral load was undetectable, which in turn means the virus is untransmissible,' stated the USAID representative in Namibia.
We must ensure that all PLHIVs know their status, all of them receive antiretroviral therapy (ART) and remain virally supressed (irrespective of where they reside), and no further transmission of HIV takes place, thereby making Undetectable = Untransmissible (U=U) a reality!"
AMSTERDAM--One maxim of current HIV management is U=U; Undetectable equals Untransmissible, and it received new backing for the specific question of whether HIV treated to an undetectable level can transmit from a man who engages in condomless anal sex to an uninfected man.
She argued that pain exists outside of language: it is essentially untransmissible and private.
In "Song of the Open Road" he concedes that much simply is "untransmissible by print" and confesses in a hushed tone that "(I and mine do not convince by arguments, similes, rhymes, / We convince by our presence.)" (PP, 303) Indeed, Whitman favors terms such as "song," "chant," and "utterance" throughout his writings when describing his poetry.
(8) in As If I am Not There from a third person perspective can be viewed as an expression of 'the mimesis of other minds' (Ricoeur, 1986) and an 'ethical consciousness' (Kearney, 2002) that attempts to make meaning out of the senselessness of the Bosnian war by giving expression through narrative to the 'untransmissible parts of extreme experiences' (Ricoeur, 2004).