Darunavir

What is Darunavir?

Darunavir ( formerly known as TMC114) is a protease inhibitor drug used to treat HIV infection.

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1-Is there a complete cure for AIDS disease?
2-Where can I find complete cure for AIDS in the world or USA?
3-Where is the best place for treating...

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1. There is no complete cure from aids tii date.
2. There is no complete care anywhere in the world.all treatment are to maintain your immunity and...

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under my fore skin is very red and very itchy, it also feels and looks moist even when I dried it after washing (aquas cream, never soap), my...

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Thank you for bringing up your concerns. I would think that washing the head of your penis after masturbation or any sexual activity and...

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Hi there. I am on HIV combination medication truvada, prezista and norvir? I work night duty but am finding it hard to sleep. I have bought kalms...

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Brief Answer:
Drug interaction can occur with other medications.

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1-Is there a complete cure for AIDS disease?
2-Where can I find complete cure for AIDS in the world or USA?
3-Where is the best place for treating...

doctor1 MD

Hi there. I am on HIV combination medication truvada , prezista and norvir? I work night duty but am finding it hard to sleep. I have bought kalms...

doctor1 MD

I recently had the flu (within the last month). At about the same time, I noticed swelling in my legs, which was accompanied by a warming of the...

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under my fore skin is very red and very itchy, it also feels and looks moist even when I dried it after washing (aquas cream, never soap), my...

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