Dolutegravir monotherapy 'not a valid option' for patients with HIV
5 monthes ago - By Healio
Study results showed that dolutegravir monotherapy “is not a valid option” to keep patients with chronic HIV infection virologically suppressed and should not be considered a treatment option, researchers said.
Laurent Hocqueloux, MD, from the department of infectious and tropical diseases at the Regional Hospital Center of Orléans in France, and colleagues published results from the MONCAY trial in Clinical Infectious Diseases.
“Dolutegravir monotherapy is not indicated as a maintenance therapy for long-term suppressed people living with HIV because of a
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