|Which drugs in pipeline for multi-drug resistance?
Feb 11, 2004
Can you please let me know which drugs are in the pipeline and look very promising for multi-drug resistant HIV? Are any in Phase 3 of Clinical trials and for the ones in Phase 2, have they shown efficacy where currently available drugs ahve not?
Thanks very much!
Response from Dr. Sherer
There are promising agents in the pipeline for people with multi-drug resistance. The closest to approval is tipranivir, which is a protease inhibito with very good activity against most PI-resistant strains. It will require co-adminstration with ritonavir for boosting, and is currently in phase III trials following phase II dosing trials.
Other drugs somewhat further away from clinical use include two Tibotec compounds, i.e. TMC114, a next generation PI, and TMC 125, which is a second generation NNRTI with excellent activity against most viral strains that are resistant to current NNRTIs.
For further information regarding clinical trials, I suggest the clinical trials hot line (1-800-trialsA), or the NIH website, www.niaid.nih.gov.
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