|WHAT DOES ANTIRETROVIRAL THEAPARY MEAN?
Jun 29, 2000
WHAT DOES ANTIRETROVIRAL THEAPARY MEAN?
Response from Dr. Dieterich
Antiretroviral therapy is the treatment of HIV with antiviral medications. It is very successful, but it does have some side effects. The general rule is the earlier treatment starts the better it works and the fewer the side effects. If you have HIV you should be evaluated by an experienced treater and the risks and benefits of therapy should be explained to you. Good Luck! DTD
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