How Much Do Protease Inhibitors Cost
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Harvard Medical SchoolFirst, let me answer the question you posed in the title of your question: do protease inhibitors cure HIV disease or delay progression? We know that all antiretroviral therapy delays progression (and death), and that the more effective the... Read more »
Harvard Medical SchoolI don't want to get into a fight with the government of New Zealand, as it's a place I very much hope to visit someday. I will just make a few comments: Protease inhibitors have been shown to decrease the complications associated with... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineYour point is well taken though there are costs and side effects associated with the subcutaneous injection route as well. We have had some patients in whom we have put in a percutanous feeding tube from the skin to the stomach or small bowel to... Read more »
Harvard Medical SchoolI'm glad you're concerned about this issue. Let me try to give you some ammunition to further your cause.A viral load is about $200, max. If done four times per year, that's $800. Protease inhibitors run around $5000 - $7000 per... Read more »
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