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Aug 21, 2005

What were the first Meds that were taken by HIV/ AIDS patients the was concidered the cocktail drugs?

Response from Dr. Young

The first "cocktails" were the triple drug combinations in the 1995-6 era.

These regimens typically included the nucleosides AZT+3TC or d4T+3TC in combination with a first-generation protease inhibitor, like ritonavir, saquinavir or indinavir.

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