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Two men claim they developed bone and kidney problems after taking TDF. A related class action lawsuit has also been filed.
While antiretroviral therapy is beneficial for HIV-positive people with reduced kidney function, they should not take Viread (tenofovir).
There is an apparent link between taking Viread (tenofovir) and developing kidney damage among HIV-positive people with low body weight.
An investigational single-tablet combination regimen to treat HIV has comparable efficacy to and is less toxic than a similar regimen of indiv...
Researchers have developed a scoring system to estimate the five-year risk for developing kidney disease among HIV-positive men.
Tenofovir raises the risk of kidney dysfunction among people with HIV, but the adverse effect occurs mostly within the first two years.
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