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||Gilead requests approval of twice-a-year HIV medication
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Biopharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences recently submitted a new drug application to the U.S. Food and Drug Administrationand it's for the drug lenacapavir, a long-acting HIV inhibitor that is under clinical study, according to HIVPlusMag.com .
The drug, which is an injection, is to be specifically used by people with multi-drug-resistant HIV.
Lenacapavir inhibits HIV, specifically HIV-1, by interfering with the virus' replication process.
Gilead Scienceswhich has three of the top four best-selling HIV drugs on the marketis planning to present complete data from the study at the International AIDS Society (IAS) Conference on HIV Science that is taking place July 18-21, according to BioSpace.com .
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