10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Begin HIV Treatment
An HIV diagnosis comes with its very own set of questions to ask yourself and decisions to make. Among the biggest is: When should you start treatment? It's a Russian nesting doll of a decision, with many other questions tucked inside.
Starting HIV Medications: Preparing For a Life-Saving Challenge (August 17, 2011)
Starting HIV treatment is a lifesaving decision, but it's also a huge commitment. David Fawcett, Ph.D., L.C.S.W., shares six of the most important factors to keep in mind as you prepare to take HIV meds for the first time.
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