HIV MEDICATION CHART
The latest version of CRI’s HIV medication chart is now available. You may download the medication chart or request high resolution printed copies. All information on the medication chart is current as of September 2017.
We have separated the HIV and HCV charts into separate documents. We are currently working to update the HCV chart with the latest medications and relevant treatment information. If you would like to be notified once this update is available, please email email@example.com.
CRI’s HIV medication chart is a complete, two-page reference guide that displays or names all formulations of HIV medications currently available, as well as a section of medications that are less frequently prescribed today. All current pills are displayed in actual size. The medication chart is regularly updated and serves as a useful educational resource and adherence tool.
CRI produces the medication chart with partial funding from the Bureau of Infectious Disease, Office of HIV/AIDS, Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Medications on the chart are listed in the following manner:
- Grouped by class
- Commercial brand name in bold
- Formal clinical name (in parentheses), which my also be the name used in studies/trials before a medication received FDA approval and become available to the public
For more information about the chart or to order printed copies, please contact Libby Mullen in the CRI Development and Communications office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617.502.1726.