antiviral drugs

If you grew up in the middle of the early AIDS epidemic as I did, something I've written about firsthand, the results of a study on a tw
Paxlovid, the most widely prescribed drug to treat symptomatic COVID-19, has lately attracted a number of detractors.
An important drug from a giant drug company is bound to have a target on its back. Lately, this has been the case with Pfizer's Paxlovid.
Decades ago, a case report (relating the experience with a single patient) was published, which described how a person’s flu symptoms improved after a bowl of chicken soup, but then reappeared. The article was meant as a kind of parody of the
Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is one of several historic breakthroughs in the four-decade battle against HIV/AIDS.
A recent, scary article in the Boston Globe proclaimed the following:
About two months ago, when Pfizer's Paxlovid (1) was first distributed to a very select group of pharmacies throughout the US, you pretty much had to know the Pope (and perhaps his pharmacist) to get your hands the
During his State of the Union Address last week, President Biden announced a plan to make it easier for people to get access to the new antiviral drug Paxlovid.
The White House just announced a "test to treat" program that is an excellent, but not perfect, way of dealing with future COVID infections.
I recently wrote an article comparing the availability and use of the two newly approved anti-COVID drugs (1) Paxlovid and molnupiravir. Bottom line: Doctors and patients voted with their scripts.
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