How does HIV therapy work?

The drugs used in HIV therapy prevent HI viruses from multiplying. As a result, no new viruses are created, the immune system can stabilize and thus remains functional. With the therapies available today, AIDS no longer breaks out in HIV-positive people. However, HIV therapy cannot cure the infection. It is a lifelong therapy that must be taken constantly (daily).

Protection through therapy: Nowadays, HIV-positive people are considered non-infectious under effective therapy. This effect is called "treatment as prevention" or the "viral load method." However, there are a few points to keep in mind. If you want to know more about these protection options, we will be happy to assist you. Just call our telephone consultation or make an appointment for a personal consultation. We are here for you.

Skip to content