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Treatment

Although there is no cure for HIV infection, there are treatment options that can help people living with HIV experience long and productive lives. CDC and other government agencies continue to work on a variety of treatment-related activities, including:

  • HIV/AIDS clinical research and drug trials;
  • vaccine research;
  • development of treatment guidelines and best practices; and
  • creating and implementing treatment-related prevention strategies that can help stop new infections.

Please visit these pages frequently to find updated HIV treatment information from CDC and other federal agencies.

Guidelines

Guidance on HIV Infection Treatment Options

Treatment Hotlines

Call centers and online information regarding HIV exposure and treatment

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