Taking your HIV Treatment
This is an online flipbook which outlines the importance of adherence to one’s HIV/AIDS treatment regimen. It explains what adherence means, what happens if one does not take one’s treatment, and offers some advice on how to adhere to treatment plans.
The flipbook also explains that if someone does not adhere to their treatment, their viral load could increase and they could pose a higher risk to their loved ones for passing on HIV. In addition, if the virus is passed on, the form that is passed on may be more virulent than the form that the patient him or herself has.
Date of Publication: March 25, 2019
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