See if long-acting treatment could be right for you
Results may vary.
Results may vary.
A DIFFERENT WAY TO TREAT HIV
Every other month, and you're good to go.
CABENUVA is given by a healthcare provider as 2 injections, initially 1 month apart for 2 months. Attend all appointments.
Unlike daily pills, CABENUVA is a long-acting, complete HIV regimen you can get monthly or every other month—that’s just 6 times a year.
With regular injections, you won’t have to take any more daily HIV pills.†
*Undetectable means the amount of HIV in the blood is below the level that can be measured by a lab test. Results may vary.
†Before your first injections, you may take daily starter pills for about a month to see how your body reacts.
Scheduling CABENUVA Treatment
CABENUVA injections can be given by a healthcare professional once a month or every other month, depending on your treatment plan. To help stay undetectable, it's important to keep your planned appointments.
Target Treatment Date
You and your doctor will choose an ongoing date that works best for your injection appointments. This is called your Target Treatment Date. If you can’t make your appointment, be sure to contact your doctor right away.
Flexible Treatment Window
You have a Flexible Treatment Window to schedule your appointment within—from 7 days before to 7 days after your Target Treatment Date.
"CABENUVA gives me flexibility. It really works with my schedule."
HOW DOES LONG-ACTING CABENUVA WORK?
It contains 2 HIV medicines, cabotegravir and rilpivirine, to help keep you undetectable.* These 2 medicines slowly release over time to keep around the same level of medicine in your body between appointments.
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