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AIDS Research and Treatment Center of the Treasure CoastI think that this combination will have high efficacy. Before we were able to get tenofovir (Viread), this was the most commonly prescribed combination in our group and we still have many patients on this regimen. We tend to use Viread instead of... Read more »
AIDS Research and Treatment Center of the Treasure CoastIn adults there has been a unmistakable shift away from using stavudine (Zerit) towards tenofovir (Viread). One of the main reasons for this change is that Viread has a better side effect profile and can be given once daily. The changes in... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineGenerally in the setting of suppressed virus/good clinical response, tenofovir can be switched to stavudine when facing a shortage of tenofovir with a mild increase in risk for treatment failure and higher risk for side effects long term. Short... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHello and thank you for your post.While d4T (Zerit) is not routinely used with tenofovir (Viread, Truvada),nor is this a commonly used NRTI backbone to be taken with efavirenz, there's no particular reason why the two drugs couldn't be... Read more »
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Posted by ajhope, 1 ReplyI live in Thailand and found out I am HIV+ a little over a month ago. My CD4 count was 251 and VL 29,000 - I started ARV 2 weeks ago with the following regiments:
Nevirapine 200 mg - once a day
Lamivudine 150 mg - twice a day
Stavudine 30 mg - twice... Read more »
Posted by hblue23, 4 RepliesHi.
Please excuse the long drawn out story, but I need help and I am scared.
I just had a baby, she's 5 months old now. I was on the HIV meds for the pregnancy because it was necessary to protect her and it is known that your immune system is down... Read more »
Posted by ImaNiceGuy, 3 RepliesI am aware that a drug test can show false positive if you take Atripla. Was wondering if most drug testing facilities know to use more specific test when you list Atripla as your medication.
Anyone here had recent experience with pre employment drug... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousNew Drugs In The Pipeline Vioxx In The Headline??
Most everyone knows about the latest Drug/Pharmaceutical scandal, and many people are becoming aware of how clinical trials are skewed ( if it takes 20 trials to get one positive result that is how it... Read more »
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