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Two-drug antiretroviral regimens suppress viral load, but three-drug combos may offer additional benefits.
The observation that there have been Covid-19 infections in HIV+ persons on TDF/TAF argues against a complete protection from these agents.
HIV-positive people appear no more likely to contract the new coronavirus or to become seriously ill.
New database will collect information about cases of the novel coronavirus among people living with HIV.
A recent small study examined pairings of antiretrovirals and statins or blood pressure medications.
What’s more, reports that Kaletra can fight the novel coronavirus have not been confirmed.
Aim is to reduce viral load in those infected in order to put brake on spread
A major plus of the implant is that it can be easily removed if necessary.
The antiretroviral GS-6207 is injected under the skin and would need to be combined with other meds to fully suppress HIV.
More high-quality evidence is needed to determine how this class of HIV medications may affect weight gain.
However, the regimen appears much less potent for those who aren’t virally suppressed.
Researchers have presented 96-week results from an advanced trial of Symtuza compared with Prezcobix plus Truvada.
Among those taking Epivir, taking two antiretrovirals instead of three was tied to fewer people stopping because of side effects.
Researchers compared switching to Symtuza with staying on an effective regimen of a boosted protease inhibitor plus Truvada.
The single-tablet antiretroviral regimen includes Janssen’s darunavir plus Gilead’s cobicistat, emtricitabine and tenofovir alafenamide.
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