If you are uninsured, you may find it more difficult to obtain your life-saving medications. Talk with your healthcare professional about donated medications available through HarborPath, and patient assistance programs including the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP).
Approximately 1.2 million people are living with an HIV infection in the United States.
In recent years, there has been great progress in preventing and treating HIV/AIDS. However, there is much more we can do to eliminate the transmission of the virus. If you are one of the 50,000 individuals diagnosed yearly, the best course of action is to stay healthy and slow the progression of the virus using antiretroviral therapy. Not all HIV infections turn into AIDS, which is the last stage of an HIV infection. The right antiretroviral treatment regimen means that individuals can live longer and healthier with HIV. Moreover, you can limit the risk of transmitting the HIV virus to others.
ADAP Waiting List Program
HarborPath administers the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) Waiting List Program, in which patients who are on their state’s ADAP Waiting Lists receive antiretroviral medications donated by pharmaceutical manufacturers. Learn more about the HarborPath ADAP Waiting List Program and enroll your eligible patients living with HIV/AIDS.