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News-Medical.net 04/18/2019 12:06
Patients infected with HIV are currently treated with a cocktail of antiretroviral drugs designed to prevent the replication of the virus within the body and delay the onset of AIDS.
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PR Newswire 04/17/2019 17:00
This breakthrough opens up a host of potential new treatment options for patients with resistance-prone HIV infections.
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Business Wire 03/26/2019 08:30
Biktarvy does not cure HIV infection or AIDS.
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If approved, this two-drug regimen would give people living with HIV one month between each dose of antiretroviral therapy, changing HIV treatment from 365 dosing days per year, to just 12.

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