Implanted drug could someday prevent HIV infection
from The Washington Post
An early test of a new drug and method of blocking the HIV infection suggests they could overcome one of the biggest obstacles to combating the virus by keeping people on their medication, according to research. The approach uses a small implant the size of a matchstick, inserted in the upper arm, to slowly release a new medication that appears to block the virus for a year or more.
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