Although for years, the standard term for HIV treatment was highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART), that's changed to cART and ART. See why.
Stribild, a.k.a. the Quad pill, is a once-daily, single-tablet drug used to treat HIV in adults starting antiretroviral therapy or those changing treatment.
Cabenuva is a shot administered once a month. It serves as an alternative to current oral medication regimens requiring a pill be taken every day.
Antiretroviral drugs are effective in treating HIV, but they come with side effects and risks, including drug hypersensitivity and toxicity.
Genvoya is a newer formulation of the drug Stribild (a.k.a. the Quad Pill) used in the treatment of HIV in adults and children 12 and over.
Learn about Atripla, a once-daily, fixed-dose combination drug used in the treatment of HIV that contains the drugs tenofovir, emtricitabine, and efavirenz.
HIV-1 is the most common type of HIV around the world. Learn more about how HIV-1 differs from HIV-2 as well as its causes, prevention, and treatment.
The HIV/AIDS epidemic began in the 1980s. Learn about the progress that has since been made by the scientific and medical communities.
The use of antiretroviral therapy during pregnancy is shown to be 98% effective in preventing HIV transmission from mother to child. Learn more.
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