Antiretroviral Drugs Could Stop Spread of AIDS

Antiretroviral drugs--given to patients infected with HIV and AIDS to help prolong life--could also help slow down the spread of the deadly virus, according to CNN. Patients with HIV and AIDS who take antiretroviral drugs experience 25 times less infections those who don't because the treatment drastically reduces the concentration of the virus Brian Williams from the South African Centre for Epidemiological Modelling and Analysis explained to CNN. Therefore it's much harder for the disease to spread. Meaning that if more people receive antiretroviral drugs less people could become infected... Read More: Greater Than AIDS: Marvelyn's Message Greater than AIDS: Meeting the Boy Who Gave Me AIDSCommentary: Black Americans are Greater Than AIDS
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