It actually really depends - We treat every person individually and take into account their CD$ count, the viral load, the genotype ( to tell us which medications for HIV will work best), and any possible drug interactions or intolerances that may affect the medications.
In addition to optimal HIV care, general medical care will help prolong life, including control of blood pressure, cholesterol, stopping to smoke or drink excessively and treating other major medical problems.
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