HIV drug access

"He tried to erase me in one fell swoop. Make my existence not even worthy of a footnote or postscript." These are the words I wanted to scream as I searched the White House page on Friday, January 20, 2017
Submitted on Jan 24, 2017
Hey everyone, HAPPY NEW YEAR… I’m Janelle Luster born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, 24 years old, I was diagnosed in March of 2012.
Submitted on Jan 5, 2017
Mi nombre es Arianna Lint y soy la Directora Ejecutiva de una organización de promoción trans y de servicios "Arianna's Center." Llevo muchos sombreros
Submitted on Sep 28, 2016
My name is Arianna Lint and I am the Executive Director of a local trans advocacy and service organization Arianna's center. I wear many hats
Submitted on Sep 28, 2016
Saben por años y años le he preguntado a mis médicos la misma pregunta? Por qué, si soy indetectable por 17 años ya y todos estos años, mis cd4s nunca se aumentan a niveles buenos? Hago todo lo...
Submitted on Sep 15, 2016
You know, for years and years I have asked doctors the same question??? Why, if I have been undetectable for 17 years and do everything humanly possible to raise my T-cells by being SUPER adherent...
Submitted on Sep 15, 2016
This is my true life story with HIV that I would like to share with you.
Submitted on Sep 9, 2016
Hi everyone! I have something to let you all know about being proactive in your HIV care.
Submitted on Aug 23, 2016
My Name Is Sophie Jayawardene and this is my story.
Submitted on Aug 9, 2016
On July 20th, 2016, I had my first meeting with Senator Lindsey Graham's staff. This meeting was to request more funding, so we can end HIV/AIDS here in South Carolina and around the world. When I...
Submitted on Jul 27, 2016

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Look here for information on specific HIV drugs, organized by drug class. Learn about drug names, side effects, use in pregnancy, and more.

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