Treatment, Care, and Prevention for People with HIV

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Routine care and treatment is the best way to keep people with HIV (PWH) healthy. PWH who take medication as prescribed can achieve and maintain an undetectable viral load (or viral supression), resulting in effectively no risk of transmitting HIV to their sexual partners.

HIV Treatment and Care
Prevention for PWH
Talking to Your Patients
Clinician Treatment, Care and Prevention Materials

Access tools and resources from Prevention IS Care to help health care providers start the conversation with patients about HIV treatment, care, and transmission prevention.

Guidelines and Recommendations

Access guidelines, scientific evidence, and recommendations to reduce the risk of new HIV infections.

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Continuing Education
Continuing Education

Access free continuing medical education and other training resources to help improve treatment and care of patients with HIV.

Download or order clinician and patient materials from CDC's Let's Stop HIV Together campaign