Bristol Advancing Two New Mechanisms In HIV, With Focus On Treatment-Experienced Patients
An attachment inhibitor entering Phase III may offer a new option for patients who have outlived the utility of other antiretrovirals. Bristol also is advancing a second-generation maturation inhibitor of HIV into Phase IIb studies, hoping to succeed where other candidates failed to address viral mutation.
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