Antiretroviral therapy (ARV) is used to reduce your ‘viral load’ – the amount of detectable HIV present in your body. It therefore helps protect and preserve your immune system, preventing opportunistic infections and other complications. In some cases – for instance, in pregnant women – ARVs can also be used to prevent transmission. Our internationally-acknowledged experts use genetic data, your drug history, clinical guidelines, and full knowledge of each available drug to devise in consultation with you an ARV regime suitable for your circumstances.
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