Long-acting antiretroviral therapy suppresses HIV among people with unstable housing, mental illnesses, substance use disorder
February 21, 2023 by Uncategorized 0 comments
A long-acting antiretroviral treatment given every four to eight weeks, and delivered with comprehensive support services, suppressed HIV in people who were previously not virologically suppressed.
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