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AIDSinfo Releases a Fact Sheet on Fostemsavir, a New HIV Medication
On July 2, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved fostemsavir (brand name: Rukobia), a new antiretroviral medication that is used to treat HIV infection in treatment-experienced adults who meet certain requirements, as determined by a health care provider. Fostemsavir is always used in combination with other HIV medicines.
For more information about this drug, please see the new AIDSinfo fostemsavir fact sheet [en español].
Want to learn more about HIV medicines? Check out the AIDSinfo FDA-Approved HIV Medicines fact sheet and infographic.
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