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Keeping up with regular medical visits is a key part of managing HIV and living well with the virus. In fact, a study reported in the August 2013 issue of … Read More
The newly updated Guidelines for the Use of Antiretroviral Agents in HIV-1-Infected Adults and Adolescents, released February 12, 2013, by the Department of Health and Human Services, recommends offering treatment … Read More
Although cancer rates are decreasing in the general U.S. population, two recently published studies have found that non-AIDS-defining cancers are occurring more frequently among people living with HIV. In a … Read More
The decision to begin taking medication for HIV is very personal, but recent treatment guidelines have shifted toward starting antiretroviral therapy right away, to preserve immune system health before HIV … Read More
Good communication with your medical provider can help you choose—and stick with—an HIV treatment regimen that works for you. But keeping track of your questions and concerns about adherence, side … Read More
“How am I going to fit these medications into my daily life?” That’s one of the questions Justin Jones, manager of the Positive Force program at STOP AIDS Project, hears … Read More
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