FDA Approves Expanded Use Of HIV Drug

July 14, 2009 by admin 

Merck announced on Thursday that the FDA has approved expanded use of its HIV drug, Isentress, Reuters reports (Pierson, 7/9). Isentress has been FDA-approved since 2007, but was limited “to use in patients who had drug-resistant strains or were failing on other therapies, also in combination with other HIV drugs. Now it can be used in all adult patients,” the

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