Oct 8, 2005
Has the drug cephalexin ever been perscibed to treat HIV/AIDS? If not could it be used for a heart disease medication?
Response from Dr. Henry
Cephalexin is an antibiotic which would have no effect on either HIV/AIDS or most heart conditions (except for some bacterial valve infections and even then would rarely be the drug of choice). KH
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