What are the goals of antiretroviral therapy?

  1. To stop or reverse the progress of AIDS
  2. To return growth and development to normal
  3. To prolong and improve the quality of the child’s life

With antiretroviral therapy, the aim should be to return the child to normal health, growth and development and maintain this for as long as possible. Antiretroviral therapy has changed AIDS from a rapidly fatal to a chronic, manageable illness.

Antiretroviral therapy prolongs and improves the quality of life.

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