Are you worried about contracting HIV? The best way to know is to get tested. People who are sexually active should get tested regularly. If you have contracted HIV, finding out early will help you start treatment right away. You can feel better and live a long, full life with HIV. You can also take steps so you don't pass HIV to other people.
The aim of treatment is to decrease the viral load, protect overall health, and reduce the risk of transmitting HIV to others. This can be achieved by rigorously sticking to your antiretroviral therapy (ART).
ASP Health helps patients living with HIV successfully in various ways. Adhering to HIV treatment and attending regular medical check-ups are part of a lifelong commitment to your long-term health. As a patient, you may be looking for guidance on how to address considerations of cost.
ASP Health works on reducing out-of-pocket costs with improved adherence to HIV treatment and care. We help you in becoming familiar with affordability resources including patient assistance programs (PAP). People living with HIV may be eligible for savings programs offered by pharmaceutical companies and the Government to assist with their out-of-pocket costs for prescribed medications.
You can apply to our patient assistance program to help with the funds for your treatment and care. There are available pharmaceutical options that can help prevent the HIV virus from establishing a permanent infection for those who have been exposed to the virus, are at high risk of contracting the virus, or for mothers during pregnancy to prevent the transmission of their virus to their child.
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