Mabaka a a lebisang ko go emiseng go tsaya melemo ya di ARV’s le Dr Gadirobe Mothibi

Lately HIV is no longer a death sentence, well provided one accepts their status, and follows doctor’s orders by taking good care of themselves and taking medication accordingly as and when advised to do so.
The unfortunate part is that with the endless amount of information available at our disposal, educational programs and so on, there are still people who end up somehow defaulting on their ARV’s medication.
There's a growing number of people living with HIV/Aids who are defaulting on their anti-retroviral (ARV) drug treatment in most areas across the country. Reasons for defaulting may vary depending on the patient and the socio-economic challenges they encounter in their lives, or any other challenges emerging during the course of life.