Jul 21, 2007
Does Atripla contain AZT and how much?
Response from Dr. Conway
Atripla is the first triple combination pill allowing us to administer the entire HAART regimen as one pill once a day. It is a combination of the nucleosides (or nucleotides) tenofovir and emtrictabine and the non-nucleoside agent efavirenz. It does not contain any AZT.
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