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If I have HIV, will I need to take drugs for the rest of my life?

Dr. Frank A. Spinelli, MD
Internal Medicine
If you have HIV, your doctor will probably put you on antiretroviral drugs, which are taken every day to manage the condition. In this video, men's health and HIV/AIDS specialist Frank Spinelli, MD, explains the typical medication regimen for HIV.

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