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HIV/AIDS

26 October 2011

HIV medication patch shows promise

Preliminary research suggests that a patch could deliver an Aids drug to patients, but it's too early to know if it could work in animals, let alone humans.

Preliminary research suggests that a patch could deliver an Aids drug to patients, but it's too early to know if it could work in animals, let alone humans.

The researchers successfully used transdermal patches to administer 96 percent of an Aids drug to simulated skin over a week, Ham said. The Aids drug, which is under development, is not available to the public.

 

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