Report: 73 drugs, vaccines being developed for AIDS, HIV

11/29/2012 | Drug Store News

Drugmakers are developing at least 73 drugs or vaccines for patients with AIDS and HIV, according to a PhRMA report, and pharma innovation is changing the disease from a death sentence to a manageable condition, another report found. "Incredible strides have been made in the battle against HIV/AIDS, but the disease still poses a global threat, and the collaborative path to further solutions for patients will be complex," PhRMA CEO John J. Castellani said. "The nearly 75 medicines in development offer great hope for better treatment and prevention of HIV/AIDS in the years ahead."

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