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Living with HIV

No matter how long you’ve been living with HIV, it’s okay to have questions.

HIV treatment has changed

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How much has HIV treatment changed?

The treatment landscape changed in 2006. That was when the first once-daily single-tablet regimen was approved in the US. It meant that people diagnosed with HIV were able to reach undetectable* with an HIV regimen in a single pill containing 3 or 4 medicines.

Today, there are single-pill, complete regimens that contain just 2 medicines to treat HIV. 

*Undetectable means the amount of HIV in the blood is below the level that can be measured by a lab test.

1995

Introduction of the HIV cocktail—a multiple-pill treatment proven to suppress HIV.

2006

The first complete single-tablet regimen to keep HIV suppressed with 3 medicines in 1 pill.

2019

DOVATO was approved as a complete single-tablet regimen to help you stay undetectable with just 2 medicines in 1 pill.

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What should I look for in today’s treatment options?

When talking to your doctor about HIV treatment, it’s important to look for an option that fits your life and your needs. That could mean finding a treatment that can be easily integrated into your schedule, has side effects that you are comfortable with, and uses the fewest medicines necessary to effectively treat your HIV. Fewer medicines in your HIV pill could be part of a healthy future.

It’s always a good idea to check in with your doctor to make sure that your current treatment is still the best option to help keep you undetectable.

As compared with 3- or 4-drug regimens.

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