Hiv's No. 1 Enemy
Protease inhibitors, taken with other drugs, have made the greatest inroads against AIDS. In some patients, HIV is so diminished as to be undetectable. Three are on the market--including Merck's CRIXIVAN, shown here--with others on the way.
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