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ART: New injectable antiretroviral treatment proved to be as effective as standard oral therapy

05:19 EDT 3 Aug 2017 | Science Daily

A new clinical trial concludes that intramuscular administration of antiretrovirals every 4 or 8 weeks gets results similar to daily pill intake, shows research. Spacing drug intake would lead to greater adherence to treatment and an improved quality of life for HIV patients, add investigators.

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