Study: Generic HIV drugs could save nearly $1B in first year

01/15/2013 | MedPage Today (free registration)

Switching all eligible patients to generic HIV drugs could save the U.S. $920 million in the first year the drugs are available, researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital report in the Annals of Internal Medicine, although they note that the brand-name single-pill combination drug is the best choice for first-line treatment for improved adherence and efficacy.

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