FDA Approves Two New Drugs for HIV
The U.S. FDA has recently approved two HIV oral drugs, to treat adults with the most common strain of the virus, HIV-1, and target patients who have received no prior antiretroviral treatment.

Delstrigo, a once-a-day combination tablet, has been approved with a boxed warning, the agency’s strictest, to flag risk of worsening hepatitis B infection.

Pifeltro, the second drug, is an oral medicine to be administered in combination with other antiretrovirals.

Source: https://in.reuters.com/article/us-merck-co-fda/fda-approves-two-new-hiv-drugs-from-merck-idINKCN1LF2IL
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