HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus. This virus can be transmitted through contact with infected blood and sexual fluids and can be characterized by a variety of symptoms.

While there is currently not a cure for HIV, there are medications available to can slow down or even prevent HIV from advancing on to the final stage where it becomes AIDS: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.

How does PFSP help its specialty patients?

Treating HIV/AIDS can be difficult, but with the team of pharmacists and pharmacy staff at PFSP behind you encouraging and reminding you to stay on track the process can be easier. Our team will be there to not only monitor and manage your medications, but to assist with medication adhereance – ensuring that you stay disciplined in the rigorous treatment process, taking the right medications at the right times. We can help you and your care team achieve better outcomes by our knowledgeable staff offering one-to-one guidance, refill reminders, and patient training and educational materials.

Helpful HIV & AIDS Links & Resources Get Tested, Find Services
NIH & National Library of Medicine: Understanding HIV/AIDS HIV & AIDS Resources
What is PrEP? Learn more about Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis
What is PEP? Learn more about Post-Exposure Prophylaxis

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