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ViiV Boosted By Early GEMINI Data, But More Details Wanted

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ViiV Healthcare has positive early pivotal data for its second two-drug regimen for HIV, but more reassurance is needed on the relative rates of virologic suppression in patients with low and high viral loads, as well as on the long-term risk of virologic failure. The combination should help form ViiV's defense against rival Gilead and its new triple combination Biktarvy.

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