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The app helps to establish communication between physicians and HIV-positive people. It allows you to conveniently organize your medication intake timetable and set concealed and personalized reminders, get doctor's recommendations, and schedule doctor’s appointments or blood tests. It also makes keeping track of your tests more convenient and allows you to always have them at hand. The GPS navigator helps you find a nearby hospital, clinic, or HIV community throughout the world.

The app that makes life easier for HIV-positive people

Take advantage of this opportunity to take care of your health and the health of others, and to communicate with the doctor. Stay up to date on the latest news about HIV.


Simple and convenient system for communication between a doctor and HIV-positive persons. Ability to get a doctor's recommendations and test results and schedule doctor’s appointments or blood tests.


Easy tracking of test results. The ability to compare results from different periods. Monitoring for a healthy lifestyle.


Easy and simple organization of drug intake timetable. Creation of concealed reminders at a specified time interval.

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The system does not store any personal data, and communication with doctors occurs through a personal authorization code.

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