Mar 9, 2006
i would like ask how does stockrin works , and is it available to people where to buy it and stuff iam in zimbabwe
Response from Dr. Henry
Strocrine stops the ability of HIV to produce new copies of its genetic material by interfering with the function of a key protein (enzyme) call reverse transcriptase. Stocrine (efavirenz) or its close relative drug nevirapine is becoming more widely available in Africa. It must be use with at least 2 other HIV medications to be able to shut down HIV replication in the body for long periods of time. HIV/AIDS clinics in Zimbabwe should be able to advise you as to the availabilty and cost of an effective HIV regimen in your area. KH
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