ViiV/Janssen's Long-Acting Anti-HIV Injections Impress
A dual regimen consisting of long-acting injectable formulations of the integrase inhibitor cabotegravir and the nnRTI rilpivirine was as effective as the oral standard-of-care regimen of three drugs daily, in interim results from the ATLAS study.
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