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Antiretroviral therapy  (ART) is the daily use  of a combination of HIV  medicines to treat HIV.  ART saves lives,  but does not cure HIV.

Antiretroviral therapy (ART) benefits people living with HIV in many ways.

HIV and AIDS

HIV. AIDS. What’s the difference? View this infographic to find out.

PrEP vs. PEP.

What’s the difference between PrEP and PEP? Find out more about these two HIV prevention methods with this infographic.

HIV Regimen Adherence.

Use the tips in this comic to help you adhere (stick to) your HIV treatment regimen.

FDA Approval of HIV Medicines.

A timeline with all the FDA approval dates for HIV medicines, categorized by drug class.

HIV and Birth Control.

Good news for women with HIV: it’s safe to use all forms of birth control.

Protecting a Baby from HIV.

Learn about ways to prevent perinatal transmission of HIV.

Lab Results.

Learn about several tests used to monitor HIV infection and treatment.

Drug Resistance.

Learn about how HIV drug resistance develops and the key to preventing it.

Discordant Couples

Are you HIV positive with an HIV-negative partner? Learn about steps you both can take to protect the HIV-negative partner from HIV.

A blip is when the viral load temporarily rises to a detectable level.

Worried about a blip in your HIV levels? Find out what causes blips and how to avoid them.

HIV Life Cycle.

Follow each stage in the HIV life cycle, as HIV attacks a CD4 cell and uses the machinery of the cell to multiply.

Steps to Better Health.

Follow these 8 steps to stay healthy with HIV.

Who's on Your Team?

Meet the team members who help people with HIV stay healthy.

Pets and People with HIV.

Some basic steps can help people with HIV protect their health while caring for pets.

HIV Treatment.

Start here to learn the basic facts about HIV treatment.

You can safely share with someone who has HIV.

Spread the message: HIV isn’t spread through casual contact. You can safely shake hands, hug, or share household items with a person living with HIV.