J Matthias Ford took to social media to share the ordeal of his battle with Monkeypox.
Authorities say the man faces 100 years in prison for allegedly selling altered, repackaged HIV medications to unsuspecting pharmacies.
The FDA approved this long-acting HIV prophylaxis late last year.
The biopharmaceutical company said it was working with authorities to remove the affected bottles from circulation.
The Biden administration has directed the companies to not charge copays or deductibles for medicine, labs, or office visits.
A new treatment in very early stages of review by the Food and Drug Administration found success in one individual.
A national HIV-focused pharmacy is combining resources with three other companies that offer meds to underserved communities.