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1. A 34-year-old HIV positive man was initiated on a fixed dose combination of tenofovir, lamivudine and dolutegravir (TLD). After six months of therapy, a blood sample was collected for a routine viral load test. The test results showed that his viral load was 3500 copies/ml. Which of the following is most appropriate about the management of this patient?
2. The previous patient with an HIV viral load of 3500 copies/mL wishes to join a pharmacy only (pharmacy refill) group where he can collect his ART at the pharmacy window every three months without having any clinical reviews. Which of the following is most appropriate?