Tokyo hospital gauge effect of daily anti-viral use on HIV infections

Starting next month, a Tokyo-based hospital will start a clinical study to ascertain whether HIV infection rates can be reduced if high-risk individuals take anti-viral medicine on a daily basis, a source close to the matter said Monday. In the first such …
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