How Can HIV & AIDS Be Treated?

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CARRY OK Profile
CARRY OK answered
Hiv can be treated with meds its called the cocktail it slow it down the virus so it wont turn into aids its about 13pills a day and $1,500 for meds. When you get aids they can make you comfortable and give you antibiotic wen you get a infection
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Muhammad Nadeem answered
Unfortunately AIDS can not be cured. Only symptoms can be managed. It is caused by HIV which destroy immune system of the affected person. Now with the advancement in the medicine for HIV, quality of life of affected people can be improved. Main aim of the treatment of HIV is to keep symptoms of HIV suppressed for as long as possible. For this purpose, anti retro viral drugs are being used.
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Anonymous answered
They should be treated fair because people with the disease will feel bad
Muddassar Memon Profile
Muddassar Memon answered
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) basically is a retrovirus which results in Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), a state which takes place in humans where the immune systems starts to fail, leading to life-threatening opportunistic illness.

At the moment there is no vaccine or cure available for HIV or AIDS. The only identified process of prevention is circumventing exposure to the virus. Nevertheless, an antiretroviral cure, famous as post-exposure prophylaxis is thought to decrease the risk of infection if instigated directly after exposure. Presently cure for HIV infection comprises of highly active antiretroviral therapy.

This method has been extremely beneficial to quiet a few HIV-infected people since its launch in the year 1996, when the protease inhibitor-based HAART originally became accessible. Present HAART options are a mixture comprising of at least three drugs coming from at least two kinds, or "classes" of anti-retroviral agents.
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Anonymous answered
If you catch a hint that you may be HIV positive within 72 hours of the disease, then go to your clinic immediately! There is a drug that you can take which may or may not work. Otherwise I am not sure .x

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