How Antiretroviral Medications (ARVs) Keep Me Healthy

It's important to realize that ARVs are not a cure for HIV/AIDS.

Danny West is a trainer, coach, and leadership consultant, has been living with HIV for the past 24 years, and remains healthy today, having been treated successfully with antiretroviral medications (ARVs) for the last five years. Thanks to effective medical care and the use of ARVs when appropriate, people are now living with HIV long-term on combination therapies (the triple cocktail). HIV is no longer a death sentence. It's important to realize that ARVs are not a cure for HIV/AIDS. They support and maintain your immune system. When they work effectively, the can enable you to live long-term with HIV. Danny West has realized that he may live into his sixties or seventies. This means he has to plan for his future and a retirement period. Coaching has helped him do that. For more information, visit ryl-training-consultancy.co.uk and AIDSvideos.org.

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