Persons diagnosed with and living with HIV/AIDS are advised to regularly make use of antiretroviral treatment that is available to them.

While, there is presently no cure for HIV/AIDS, use of antiretroviral treatment can help persons to continue to live meaningful lives.

Carla Harry, of the Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment in her remarks last month at the launch of activities for World AIDS Day said that while a number of HIV vaccine trials are being developed, persons need to ensure that they continue to test regularly for the virus and those diagnosed as being HIV positive need to start treatment early.

Ms. Harry pointed out that contrary to what some persons believe there is no medical or herbal cure for HIV.

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