Learn the benefits of starting HIV treatment sooner, and steps to prepare – find a provider, get HIV basics, and have a positive attitude.
Submitted on : Aug 17, 2015
Get information on what drug interactions are, why it is important to recognize them, and what types of substances interact with HIV drugs.
Submitted on : Aug 17, 2015
Get the information you need when starting treatment – choosing a drug regimen, adherence, resistance, taking your pills, side effects, and more.
Submitted on : Aug 17, 2015
Learn about the lifecycle of HIV and understand how different HIV drugs work to stop the virus.
Submitted on : Jul 8, 2015
Get the basics on HIV transmission: how it is and is not spread, both common and rare types of transmission, and how to avoid getting HIV.
Submitted on : Jun 17, 2015
Just test positive for HIV? Look here for help on next steps, normal feelings, and finding support.
Submitted on : May 7, 2015
Learn about the importance of adherence, barriers to it, and tips to help you take your HIV drugs as directed, including finding support.
Submitted on : May 5, 2015
Learn about repairing the damage to the immune system caused by HIV, as well as about Immune Reconstitution Inflammation Syndrome (IRIS).
Submitted on : Jan 19, 2015
Get some great tips about traveling with HIV. Learn about packing your pills, adjusting your dosing schedule, and traveling abroad.
Submitted on : Dec 5, 2014
Get information on the US treatment guidelines – what they are, what's new, when to start treatment, what drugs to start with, and more.
Submitted on : Aug 22, 2014

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The Well Project interviews Maria Mejia: International HIV Activist, Community Advisory Board member and A Girl Like Me blogger.

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