HIV treatment doesn’t cure HIV, but it makes you undetectable and unable to pass HIV on.
Things to keep in mind when you're about to start HIV treatment.
Some side-effects are normal while others might be a sign of an allergy.
Tips to help you take your medication on time, wherever you are.
If you don't take your HIV drugs correctly, you risk developing resistance.
If you have problems with your HIV drugs, ask your doctor for a different combination.
Other prescription and recreational drugs can interact with certain anti-HIV drugs.
Your doctor might at some point suggest that you switch to generic drugs.
The pros and cons of getting involved in clinical drug trials.
Over 20 anti-HIV drugs are now available. Find detailed information about anti-HIV drugs.
Various people talk about their experiences of living with HIV.
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