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FDA Approve New NNRTI-Based Fixed-Dose Combination of Rilpivirine/Tenofovir/FTC (Complera) in the U.S.On 10 August 2011, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a fixed-dose combination of rilpivirine/tenofovir/FTC (Complera) with an indication in treatment-naive adults. This is a single-tablet once-daily combination. Approval was based on... Read more »
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Rocky Mountain CARESThis is a great and well formulated question.Turns out that the mechanism of action of the NNRTIs makes it unlikely that two will work better than one, since the two drugs would compete for the same binding site in the viral reverse... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineThe effectiveness of the Lipitor may be diminished by the effect of Sustiva on liver enzymes. The drugs can be used together but sometimes the dose of the Lipitor may need to be increased. The ACTG is starting a study using ezetimide along with a... Read more »
University of North Carolina - Chapel HillI think you can drop the Sustiva IF it is likely your virus is not resistant to the abacavir in Kivexa (also called Epzicom) or the Kaletra. Note, if you drop the Sustiva (after discussing this with your doctor), the dose of Kaletra will need to be... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineA one time viral load or intermittent viral load elevation from undetectable to 150 copies/ml is called a blip and often will resolve with the viral load returning to undetectable without any intervention other than making sure no doses of... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHi.
I am hearing a lot of good things about the Truvada + Reyataz + Norvir combo.
I am just about to commence my first line regimen, and wanted to enquire as to what anybody else thought of this combo?
I am starting therapy with a relatively high viral... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyHello All !! I want to tell everyone that I started taking half of the prescribed doses of my meds about 2 years ago. My T cells remain High (570) and my V load is still undetectable..
I am on viramune,ziagen and zerit. I had an uncle who died... Read more »
Posted by pozartistsd, 1 Replyhey all you experts out there! I think i may know the answer to this but would like to get some input:
I currently take my meds (Reyataz/Truvada/Norvir) once a day. I take them at 9am (with breakfast, not that you need to know that ) I would like... Read more »
Posted by renevatio, 1 ReplyHello all-
I am newly diagnosed, and just getting into the process of researching all about HIV and potential alternative treatments. I am a voracious reader and spend a good bit of time each day reading papers and digging up info on my new internal... Read more »
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