Medivir 310 -- Where is it ???
Aug 2, 2003
Would you please post the location of the current trial sites for Medivir 310? Medivir 310 is supposed to help patients with highly resistant virus.
This drug needs to be brought into Phase III Trials and given accelerated approval status by the FDA.
I have highly resistant virus and have run out of options. I am currently taking T-20, Delavirdine, 3tc, Rescriptor, etc and have been on this regimen for the past 18 months. I have never done Kaletra, but have previously developed high level resistance to all proteases.
Any help with getting into this trial would be appreciated.
Thanks, ZCorker <email@example.com>
Response from Dr. Henry
Medivir 310 is a candidate NNRTI class anti-HIV drug being developed for activity against NNRTI resistant virus. I do not know where in the US early studies are underway. You might try contacting Boehringer-Ingelheim (they may be involved in the development process) or contact the company directly. If anyone reading this has specific information, please let me know! KH
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