little typing mistake
Jan 15, 2006
Hi, think you made a _little_ mistake in the following answer. http://thebody.com/Forums/AIDS/Meds/Current/Q171202.html
"... Simple, well tolerated boosted PIs, like fosamprenavir (Kivexa, Lexiva) and atazanavir (Reyataz) have gained considerable popularity in our clinic, primarily because of favorable resistance patterns and the belief that future treatment options are better preserved. ..."
Think the "Kivexa" should have said "Telzir". Kivexa is the European name of Epzicom and not a PI.
Thanks for your excellent service.
Response from Dr. Young
My bad.. you're absolutely correct. Thanks for pointing out my error. BY
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