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Clinical Advances towards the simplification if HIV therapy: First once-daily dosing results for the HIV protease inhibitor, Agenerase

  • First once-daily dosing results for the HIV protease inhibitor Agenerase :
    Clinical Importance: Development of once-daily HIV regimens represents a major advance toward simplified therapy for patients.

  • First phase II clinical results for amprenavir prodrug (VX-175):
    VX-175 could provide significant simplification of protease inhibitor-based therapy by potentially allowing dosing of just two or three pills, once or twice a day.

  • Meet with a Vertex medical director or clinical investigator to learn about advancements in Vertexs HIV product pipeline.

  • Learn how pharmacokinetic discoveries are enhancing dosage convenience and promoting patient adherence to therapy

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