Tag: Antiretrovirals

M184V – The Friendly Mutation?

As it so happens, someone much smarter than me has already written on this topic, so check out Paul Sax’s post: https://blogs.jwatch.org/hiv-id-observations/index.php/the-curious-case-of-m184v-part-2-and-more/2019/09/08/ There is no doubt that anti-retroviral therapy has been one of the greatest accomplishments in HIV care. Nowadays, HIV is essentially a chronic disease that is easily managed with combined therapy, usually with

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HIV Main Meds – Cheat Sheet

What to start? In general, start any combination that has an integrase inhibitor. In general, either Descovy OR Truvada + Dolutegravir Biktarvy (I think the most popular choice) Triumeq (if no HLA-B5701) There are newer combinations, which I will not go over (for instance, Dovato aka 3TC/DTG, Juluca aka DTG/RPV, Delstrigo aka TDF/3TC/DOR) nor will

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