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Cornerstone Health Solutions is dedicated to supporting you through your HIV treatment. We are committed to helping you with financial assistance, providing you with thorough medication education, helping keep you on track, and being fully available to you to answer questions.

What is HIV?

HIV stands for human immunodeficiency virus. It is a virus that attacks your immune system and decreases your ability to fight infections. The virus is spread through blood and semen. There is currently no cure for HIV but todays leading medications can help control the virus and keep the amount of HIV in your body undetectable.

Who is at risk?

  • People who share needles or syringes
  • Injectable drug users
  • Piercings/tattoos
  • People with multiple sexual partners/people that engage in unprotected sex
  • Anal sex carries the highest risk of transmission
  • Children born to or breastfed by mothers with HIV

What specialty medications do you offer to treat HIV?

  • Aptivus
  • Atripla
  • Biktarvy
  • Cimduo
  • Combivir
  • Complera
  • Crixivan
  • Descovy
  • Edurant
  • Egrifta
  • Emtriva
  • Epivir
  • Epzicom
  • Evotaz
  • Fuzeon
  • Genvoya
  • Intelence
  • Invirase
  • Isentress
  • Juluca
  • Kaletra
  • Lexiva
  • Norvir
  • Odefsey
  • Prezcobix
  • Prezista
  • Rescriptor
  • Retrovir/Retrovir Inj.
  • Reyataz
  • Selzentry
  • Stribild
  • Sustiva
  • Symfi/Symfi Lo
  • Tivicay
  • Triumeq
  • Trizivir
  • Truvada
  • Tybost
  • Videx/Videx EC
  • Viracept
  • Viramune/Viramune XR
  • Viread
  • Zerit
  • Ziagen



What should I expect from treatment?

Your provider will prescribe a combination of medications to reduce the amount of HIV in your body. You will routinely have blood work done to test your immune cell count and test how much HIV is in your body (viral load). It is extremely important to take this medication exactly as your provider tells you to everyday. Staying on track with your medication will help keep your immune system strong, keep your viral load low, and decrease the chance of the virus becoming resistant. Some common side effects that you may experience are stomach/intestine upset, high cholesterol, diabetes, and liver damage. It is important to see your provider routinely so that you can be properly monitored for these side effects. If these side effects become unmanageable or if you experience any other side effects, do not stop taking your medication until you speak with your provider.

The difference between HIV and AIDS
Difference between HIV and AIDS

What happens if I don’t get treated?  

HIV left untreated will progress to AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome). This is when the amount of immune cells you have in your body reaches a critically low level, leaving you at a very high risk of having a number of severe illnesses. You can still progress to AIDS even while on medication, however, taking your medication correctly every day can significantly slow this process.   

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