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Five Promising HIV Drugs in the Pipeline

September 20, 2015


Five Promising HIV Drugs in the Pipeline

There are currently 28 drugs for the treatment of HIV approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). But there's always room for improvement and more choices. At ICAAC/ICC 2015, Roy Gulick, M.D., provided a look into the antiretroviral therapy pipeline. Many new drugs are in development, both in existing classes and in new classes, but here are the five that are farthest along in clinical development.

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