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Research points to the prospect of a once-monthly anti-HIV drug Edit

Once-daily anti-HIV treatment was considered a breakthrough, but researchers are now developing an anti-HIV drug that might need to be taken just once a month.


An experimental NNRTI called rilpivirine has been formulated with nanoparticles. Results in animals suggest that once-monthly injections could be enough to treat HIV.


Researchers are trying to find other drugs that could be formulated in a similar way. This could mean that potent, multi-drug anti-HIV treatment could be developed that is injected monthly.


This technology could also be used for HIV prevention to provide long-lasting pre-exposure prophylaxis or a as a microbicide.





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