How Long Does Darunavir Take To Work
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North Shore University HospitalMichael,Thanks for your questions. Darunavir is now approved for both first line treatment as well as for treatment experienced patients. It is a very potent protease inhibitor, but potency does not seem to be an issue with your regimen since you... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineGood question. The best studies to evaluate lipodysrophy issues is when used in treatment naive patients comparing one regimen to one of the standard of care regimens. Increasingly, the back bone nuke regiments are abacavir or tenfovir + either 3TC... Read more »
University of Chicago HospitalsA darunavir-based regimen with ritonavir boosting is among the preferred regimens in the current DHHS Guidelines for the Use of Antiretroviral Therapy, so the experts agree with you that this is a good option. Darunavir was added to the... Read more »
AIDS Research and Treatment Center of the Treasure CoastWell, that depends on the patient. For someone that has perfect adherence and no medication related side effects, they will work indefinitely. For someone with very poor adherence they don't work very well at all. For someone with mediocre... Read more »
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