People living with HIV are generally not up to date with current developments, and I believe that if you are alert to the progress, you will have a rosier outlook and relationship with your status, hence this blog.
What is HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) and AIDS?
Read our articles below on HIV and AIDS.
PrEP, or Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis, is a ground-breaking medical strategy for preventing HIV infection among individuals at high risk of exposure.
The early signs of HIV, known as acute retroviral syndrome, may look like symptoms similar to those caused by the flu.
HIV facts and statistics are important to know. Educating yourself around HIV can further support your journey of living with HIV. HIV facts and statistics keep us informed about what is happening in the world around us.
Each year seems to offer simpler treatment options to HIV positive people, making it a manageable chronic condition, and re-classifying it from the terminal condition it once was.
Since 1995, the death rate for HIV/AIDS has dropped by more than 80%, thanks to global uptake of ARV treatment programmes, ARV adherence, and effective HIV prevention programmes. Read more about the timeline of HIV/Aids.
Immunocompromisation is a term you might hear health professionals use in conversation with you or with colleagues. To be immunocompromised means to have an impaired or weakened immune system.
Know your HIV status and ensure your, and others’, survival and peace of mind.
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Scientists have made significant progress with a special kind of HIV vaccine. The goal: allow HIV patients to halt daily dose ARVs. ‘Immunotherapy’ is engineered to target HIV and activate specific T helper cells.
How has antiretroviral therapy evolved over time?
Learn the truth and dispel the myths around HIV and AIDS.
South Africa has more than 6.4 million people living with HIV. Serodiscordant couples are Africa’s largest HIV at-risk group.
8 ways to reduce the chance of HIV infection.
Learn the truth about HIV.
Hiv education usually focusses on adults, however its important to educate your children. We share a few reasons why educating children about HIV is important.