Do any Integrase Inhibitors look promising in Clinical Trials?
Jul 29, 2003
I was wondering if any Integrase Inhibitors look promising in clinical trials and if so, do you feel they will have less side effects then the current available drugs?
Response from Dr. Pierone
Sorry, but all I really know about integrase inhibitors is that they are in early clinical trials. Unfortunately, ours is not an investigative site and I don't have any personal knowledge about how things are going with these studies. Perhaps there will be some data presented at the ICAAC conference in September.
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