VX-385 good drug?
Dec 21, 2003
What is GSK VX-385?
Response from Dr. Young
VX-385 is a HIV protease inhibitor that is in very early stages of developement. It portends to have activity against many strains of HIV that are resistant to current PIs.
Like other investigational drugs, it is very important to bear in mind that many never make it to FDA approval; the potential benefit and risks to persons will require extensive clinical trials testing.
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