anti-retroviral

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anti-retroviral

[ˌæntirɛtrəʊˈvaɪərəl]
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Scientists have previously suggested that a daily dose of antiretroviral drugs guards against HIV infection, but results have been mixed (SN: 11/14/15, p.
A commonly prescribed antiretroviral drug for treating and preventing HIV infection, Ritonavir, has undesirable side effects and oral-delivery issues.
The antiretroviral drug section of the ring is made of one kind of polyurethane, and the contraceptive section of the ring is made of another polyurethane.
More than two years after the transplant, his bloodstream is now free of HIV even though he's not taking antiretroviral drugs.
Multiple clinical trials have shown the virological and immunological efficacy of the new highly active antiretroviral drug combinations by measuring the plasma load of HIV RNA and CD4 cell counts.
Another triple antiretroviral drug combination is available, but it must be taken twice a day, often with other antiretroviral drugs.
Another triple antiretroviral drug combination is available, but must be taken twice a day, often with other antiretroviral drugs.
BOSTON -- High levels of antiretroviral drugs measured in the breast milk of HIV-positive mothers and in the blood of their breast-fed infants could protect against transmission of the virus from mother to baby, Roger L.
ZURICH -- Several antiretroviral drugs manufactured by India-based Aurobindo Pharma Ltd.
Antiretroviral drugs inhibit the replication of HIV and help keep people with HIV healthy.
These findings show that giving the infants of HIV-infected mothers an antiretroviral drug daily for the full duration of breastfeeding safely minimizes the threat of HIV transmission through breast milk while preserving the health benefits of extended breastfeeding.
WASHINGTON -- The best strategy for using two of the newest anti-HIV drugs, tipranavir and enfuvirtide, may be to use them together because each appears to work better when coupled with at least one other active antiretroviral drug, several experts recommended at the annual Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy.