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The first long-acting injection to prevent HIV has been approved by the FDA

The world’s first injectable drug to reduce the risk of transmitting HIV is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Announced by the agency Monday (December 20th).

An injectable drug called Appletude or its generic name “Cabotegravir Suspension for Suspended Injection” provides a daily tablet replacement. HIV Prevention such as Truvada and Descovy. These drugs are up to 99% effective in preventing sexually transmitted HIV, but you should take them daily to be effective. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

The first long-acting injection to prevent HIV has been approved by the FDA

https://www.livescience.com/hiv-prevention-injectable-apretude-fda-approved The first long-acting injection to prevent HIV has been approved by the FDA

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