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How Often Do You Have To Take Fusion Inhibitors

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Fusion Inhibitor and Cosmetic Surgary

If i am taking T20 and added regimen would their be a problem if they perform a Tummy Tuck on me well the reason i ask you is because you inject at the skin level tissue level and tummy tucks are in the tissue area and well i take it in my sholder...
Carol Salisbury, APRN-BC, MSN

Response from Carol Salisbury, APRN-BC, MSN

Michigan State University College of Nursing
Hi,T-20 also called Fuzeon is injected in the fatty tissue (subcutaneous or "sub-q") in your abdomen and also in your thighs, back of arms and can be injected in the flank or "love handles". A tummy tuck should not deter from using the abdomen as a... Read more »

natural fusion inhibitors

Hello Carol,My brother is a person who follows and uses a wide variety of natural nad alternative... Read more »

fusion inhibitors

Is there a pill form of any fusion inhibitors coming soon? Read more »
Articles
Seattle Treatment Education Project

A New Type of Anti-HIV Drugs: Fusion Inhibitors

... The fusion inhibitor that is the furthest along in development is called T-20. It interferes with HIV entering a cell by binding to part Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Roche, Trimeris Halt Clinical Trials of New Fusion Inhibitor T-1249

...which received FDA approval in March 2003 (Pierson/Berkrot, Reuters , 1/6). Fuzeon, which is in a new class of drugs called fusion inhibitors, has encountered resistance from doctors and patients because of its high cost and injection... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

Fusion and Attachment Inhibitors

... Attachment and Fusion Inhibitors Attachment and Fusion Inhibitors in Development Drugs No Longer in Development Note: Several fact sheets Read more »
Women Alive

Fusion and Fusion Inhibitors -- Understanding the News

...Pharmaceuticals, a New Yorkbased company researcher of HIV co-receptors, haveannounced a collaboration to find a drug that willinhibit fusion. It may be time for a little update onthe subject. Replication Reverse-TranscriptaseInhibitors ( such... Read more »
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Fusion Inhibitor News?

Posted by Anonymous
...Does anyone know if the fusion inhibitor trials (phase III) are going OK, or where to go for an update? Last I heard 700 patients in 100 countries were in the Read more »

can anyone tell me

Posted by Anonymous, 7 Replies
why does carolyn salisbury say you need to test up until 12 months and you guys say 3 months? She is on ask the expert board. please I need details to why Read more »

New Drug Fuzeon

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
...There's a lot of talk about "Fuzeon", a breakthrough fusion inhibitor. It has passed the clinical trial stage and is now in commercial production stage. Lately there has been talk about Read more »

new to group

Posted by Jackie_Y, 1 Reply
hi, i'm new to the group and would like to talk about aids. i dont know alot about it and would like to talk with someone. my birth father has aids. we was talking today and he was tell me about a drug called T-20. i'm not sure what that is and... Read more »