How Long Can I Live If I Get HIV?
Studies have shown that a 20-year-old, HIV-positive person on antiretroviral therapy can now expect to live into his or her early 70s.
How Important Is Your CD4/CD8 Ratio?
The CD4/CD8 ratio compares the proportion of "helper" T-cells to "suppressor T-cells" and is used to determine the likely course of the disease and death.
How Much Adherence Is Enough for Newer Generation HIV Drugs?
Evidence suggests that some newer generation HIV drugs may not require the same, greater than 95 percent adherence rates of older antiretroviral drugs.
Uncommon Symptoms of Early HIV Infection
While some people will experience flu-like symptoms during early HIV infection, others may experience serious, even life-threatening illnesses.
Why Can't I Get My CD4 Count Up?
The factors for immune recovery in people on HIV therapy is highly variable, often confounding those able to sustain undetectable viral loads.
Learn How HIV Drug Resistance Can Develop Over Time or Be Passed On
Understand how the dynamics of drug resistance can help you ensure your HIV medications work effectively and with few complications over the long run.