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Combination therapy comprised of various antiretroviral drugs used to treat HIV, a type of retrovirus, ARTs reduce the amount of virus within a patient’s blood and body fluids to suppress the HIV virus and stop disease progression.


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World AIDS Day 2019, Hope for the Future

With over 50 medicines and vaccines for HIV in development, patients have reason to be hopeful. 

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Today Is World AIDS Day, A Moment to Remember How Far We’ve Come

Today, a 20-year-old with HIV can expect to live to the age of 70. Few diseases have seen similar progress, and it's somewhat astounding to see that in just over 30 years, HIV has gone from a death sentence to a chronic medical condition.

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Antiretroviral Treatments and Ensuing Innovations Prevent Almost 900,000 Premature HIV/AIDS Deaths

The introduction of HAART treatments caused a significant drop in the HIV/AIDS death rate.


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Winning the War Against HIV/AIDS

30 years of progress and innovative treatments are helping patients win the war against HIV/AIDS.

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HIV/AIDS: From An Acute Fatal Disease to A Chronic, Manageable Condition

The evolution of HIV/AIDS treatment is nothing short of remarkable. In the 1980s, HIV/AIDS was an acute fatal disease. Today it is a chronic, manageable condition thanks to the commitment of biopharmaceutical researchers, health care workers and advocates.