The medications used to treat HIV and all its complications went through extensive investigations and clinical trials before being approved for general use. Doctors are now working on vaccines and cures for HIV, utilizing everything from bone marrow transplants to injections of disease-killing cells. But there are even more promising advances coming from medical, university, and pharmaceutical organizations. Some of these new medications, which are not yet approved for use outside clinical trials, may soon be coming to a pharmacy near you.
July 08 2013 3:13 PM