|where can i buy anti HIV medicine
Nov 26, 2006
I am writing this on behalf a friend which i love so much and dont want him to die without achive his goal in life, i found out that HIV is common thing to deal with if you really understand it or ask your way out as i am trying to do, though very dangerlous.
Please i want to know here i can order anti HIV drugs on internet. I really need your advice and help. I am outside the states for now.
waiting for your reply. Yours faithfully, Frank
| Response from Dr. Young
Frank, thank you for posting.
In general, I don't recommend that persons living with HIV obtain HIV meds without medical supervision. HIV medications are available in many parts of the world, often with limited cost to the person-- paying out of pocket, even over the net, can be prohibitively expensive, unless you're exceptionally wealthy.
There are many excellent options for treatment- knowing which medications to use and when to start requires a lot of background infrormation about your friend's health. Contacting a local AIDS-service organization (ASO) can be a useful starting point.
Let us know where he lives, we might be able to assist with getting him connected with the right people.
Best of luck and health, BY
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