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Progress in HIV Treatment: Injectable and Long-Acting

While the world has been focused on the pandemic and COVID vaccine development, over the past year real progress has quietly been made in HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention.  A new injectable long-acting HIV/AIDS treatment has been approved for use in Canada, the United States and the European Union.  With this breakthrough, a person with HIV can now receive just one injection each month, instead of having to take multiple pills each day to control their disease. While this new treatment regimen is currently priced well beyond the means of developing countries, its development gives hope for future treatment possibilities. Click here to read more. 

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