For you, and those you love.
A person diagnosed with HIV today who is in ongoing care and treatment can live a long, healthy life.
Antiretrovirals (ARVs), the medications used to treat HIV, lower the amount of virus in the body. The goal is to reduce them to a level that is undetectable according to standard lab tests. In addition to keeping you healthy, taking ARVs as prescribed also prevents the spread of the virus to others.
HIV Treatment FAQs
Get answers to frequently-asked questions about HIV treatment. Why it matters, how well it works, when to start, how to get to and stay undetectable, and more.
Ryan White & Assistance
Learn about programs for people with HIV who are uninsured or under-insured and need financial aid with medical care and treatment. Other support also available.