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.
For HIV, lack of memory T-cells prevents the so-called "hiding place" or reservoir to avoid interaction with antiretroviral drugs. The stage of immune system in infants will expose the virus wide and open for the treatment which can completely wipe out the infection.
The easy-to-use ring delivers controlled doses of tenofovir (a common antiretroviral drug) and levonorgestrel (a contraceptive) for 90 days.
More than two years after the transplant, his bloodstream is now free of HIV even though he's not taking antiretroviral drugs.
Currently available antiretroviral drugs inhibit enzymes of the human immunodeficiency virus.
MONTREAL -- Weight control and treatment with antiretroviral drugs that are less likely to induce type 2 diabetes could reduce the risk of neurocognitive impairment associated with HIV infection, suggest study findings presented at the Conference of Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections.
Another triple antiretroviral drug combination is available, but it must be taken twice a day, often with other antiretroviral drugs.
Half were randomly assigned to get a placebo and half got a similar-looking pill that contained the antiretroviral drugs emtricitabine and tenofovir.
A fixed-dose antiretroviral drug combination pill for use alone or with other antiretroviral agents for treating HIV-1 infection in adults, the first pill that can be taken once a day for HIV/AIDS.
This is the first antiretroviral drug in the protease inhibitor (PI) class indicated for the treatment of HIV disease.