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GSK's two drug HIV regimen effective when administered every two months

GSK’s long-acting, two-drug HIV regimen was as effective in supressing patient’s viral loads when administered every two months (eight weeks), than it was when administered monthly, over a period of 48 weeks, according to the results of a Phase 3 trial.

GlaxoSmithKline’s HIV unit ViiV Healthcare has said its two drug cocktail of cabotegravir and rilpivirine (Janssen) proved successful in supressing viral load when administered every two months in the Phase 3 ATLAS-2M.

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