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Once-a-Week HIV Injections May Free Millions From Pills

An injectable HIV treatment is entering advanced clinical trials, potentially freeing millions of men and women living with the virus from pills.  Developers say the once-a-week injections could help people living with HIV lead more normal lives.   The injectable drug, called PRO140, is a monoclonal antibody, or immune protein, that targets HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. In the latest phase of studies testing the drug’s effectiveness, PRO140 suppressed the viral loads to...

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