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ViiV's Dovato: Treatment-Naive HIV Is Earmarked For The "Complete Regimen"

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The first approval in the US of a once-daily single-tablet, two-drug regimen for treatment-naive HIV from the HIV/AIDS therapy specialist, ViiV Healthcare, suggests a shift away from three-drug regimens for HIV/AIDS could be gathering pace.

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