AIDS drugs have “side effects” which are indistinguishable from “primary effects.” Death is among them. The process can be quick, but is usually slow, a degeneration of fat and protein assimilation and assembly in the body, the poisoning and death of the intestinal villi, ending absorption of nutrients. It can take time, with drugs at low doses.
The drugs kill yeasts and fungi, which can be a relief in the short-term for people suffering from debilitating candida. But quit the drugs, and the yeasts come back in force. Start the drugs, and you kill your own intestines.
The way to health is difficult, requiring extensive applied nutritional, dietary and lifestyle changes. There are no short cuts.