Treatment Overview

The treatment for HIV is called antiretroviral therapy (ART). ART involves taking a combination of HIV medications (called an HIV treatment regimen) every day. Learn more about the basics of HIV treatment with the following resources.

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5 Tips for Traveling to the U.S. With Medications Webpage (HTML) U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Antiretroviral Therapy What Does It Do? Infographic HIVinfo.NIH.gov
Drug Interactions Webpage (HTML) The Well Project
Drug Interactions: What You Should Know Webpage (HTML) U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Evidence of HIV Treatment and Viral Suppression in Preventing the Sexual Transmission of HIV PDF Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Expanded Access (Compassionate Use) Webpage (HTML) U.S. Food and Drug Administration
HIV and AIDS: Medicines to Help You Webpage (HTML) U.S. Food and Drug Administration
HIV and Me: A Guide to Living with HIV for Hispanics Webpage (HTML) The Body: The HIV/AIDS Resource
HIV Treatment Decisions Webpage (HTML) U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Just Diagnosed: Next Steps After Testing Positive for HIV Fact Sheet Webpage (HTML) HIVinfo.NIH.gov
Let's Stop HIV Together: HIV Treatment Webpage (HTML) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
My Medicine Record PDF U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Primary Care of Veterans with HIV Webpage (HTML) U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Stanford University HIV Drug Resistance Database Webpage (HTML) Stanford University, HIV Drug Resistance Database
Three Things to Know about HIV Treatment Infographic HIVinfo.NIH.gov
What is a Drug Interaction? Fact Sheet Webpage (HTML) HIVinfo.NIH.gov
What to Start: Choosing an HIV Treatment Regimen Fact Sheet Webpage (HTML) HIVinfo.NIH.gov
When to Start HIV Medicines Fact Sheet Webpage (HTML) HIVinfo.NIH.gov
Your Guide to HIV Treatment PDF Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange (CATIE)

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