According to the Department of Health and Human Services [DHHS], most complete HIV-1 treatments contain 3 or more medicines from two different classes. This means the treatment attacks the HIV-1 virus in different ways.
Since 1995, complete HIV-1 treatments containing 3 or more medicines have been used effectively to treat the virus.
Many pills used to treat
HIV-1 contain more than one medicine. Today, a complete HIV-1 treatment can be made up of multiple pills or can be taken as one pill, once a day.
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