There’s a problem with using antiretroviral drugs to treat or prevent HIV – because multiple drugs need to be taken on a daily basis, many patients simply don’t bother to keep doing so. What if they just had to take one capsule once a week, though? Scientists at MIT, along with colleagues at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, are working on making that a reality.
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