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Your ARV won't kill you. It will save your life
Times Live South Africa

Your ARV won't kill you. It will save your life

A media report in The Star on Friday stated that: "About 4 million South Africans who rely on the state's single dose antiretroviral (ARV) treatment are at risk of grave liver damage and even death." Are four million people on ARvs at risk of grave ... Times Live South Africa, 1 week ago
Aids/HIV drug 'can damage liver and cause death' Sunday Tribune, 1 week ago

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Army Technology

BREM-1M Armoured Recovery Vehicle

BREM-1M is an armoured recovery vehicle (ARV) developed by JSC research and production corporation 'UralVagonZavod' and is primarily operated by the Russian Army. The vehicle is mainly used to recover damaged tanks and armoured vehicles from the ...
 Army Technology1 week ago
Siasat Daily

Inhuman pressure from American health care company drove Indian salesman to suicide

Nine-year-old Tumelo shows off antiretroviral (ARV) pills before taking his medication at Nkosi's Haven, south of Johannesburg November 28, 2014. Nkosi's Haven provides residential care for destitute HIV-positive mothers and their children, whether ...
 Siasat Daily1 week ago

Specialists caution about rare side-effect of ARV

Liver specialists from the University of Cape Town (UCT) have discovered a rare damaging side-effect of an antiretroviral (ARV) used by most HIV-positive South Africans on treatment. Efavirenz does not commonly cause liver damage‚ but for a ...
 Sowetan2 weeks ago

Africans on ARV therapy overdosed — study

Paidamoyo Chipunza :Senior Health Reporter Over 20 percent of Africans taking Efavirenz, a first line anti-retroviral drug used in the management of HIV and aids could be taking an overdose, a local scientist Professor Collen Masimirembwa has ...
 Zimbabwe Herald2 weeks ago Zimbabwe: Africans On ARV Therapy Overdosed - Study  Angola Press2 weeks ago Africans On ARV Therapy Overdosed - Study  Pharmacy Choice2 weeks ago Kenya: ARV Drugs Misuse Increase Resistance  AllAfrica.com3 weeks ago

HIV and Aids: How to get treatment and support in South Africa

There are 3.4-million HIV positive people on antiretroviral (ARV) treatment in South Africa today, according to the government. The country has the largest ARV treatment programme in the world, which gives people living with the virus the chance to ...
 SouthAfrica.info1 month ago 3.4 million people on ARV treatment in SA  SABC1 month ago Uganda To Commence HIV Universal Treatment In October  Trending.co.ug1 week ago South Africa To Implement New Prevention, Treatment Strategies To End AIDS; Bill Gates Says Nation Sets Example For Other African Countries  Kaiser Network.org1 month ago
The Star (Kenya)

12/08/2016: NEWS: Efavirenz is lethal, says ARV study

A UCT study has found that Efavirenz, a drug that forms part of many antiretroviral regimens, particularly in lowand middle-income countries, causes a pattern of druginduced liver injury (DILI).This risk has previously not been associated
 Cape Times E-dition1 week ago Using vaginal ring can protect women against HIV: Study  Yahoo! India1 month ago HOPE study seeks to understand safety of vaginal ring in protecting women against HIV  News-Medical.Net1 month ago Vaginal Ring May Cut HIV Infection Risk if Used Consistently  Equilibrio Informativo1 month ago
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HIV positive people still need access to drugs - Ban

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says the world needs to develop programmes to bring anti-retroviral (ARV) treatment to HIV positive people who still do not have access to the drugs. Ban was speaking ahead of the 21st International Aids conference ...
 SABC1 month ago UN's Ban attends Aids conference after Malawi midnight stopover  Nyasa Times1 month ago Malawi: UN's Ban Attends Aids Conference After Malawi Midnight Stopover  Eabizinfo.com1 month ago
IOL Sunday Tribune

#AIDS2016: SA to increase ARV rollout in September

The conference which will discuss this issue, among many others brings together 18 000 delegates, including scientists, researchers, activists and sufferers to discuss, among other things, how to improve access to comprehensive treatment, ...
 NewsHub South Africa1 month ago #AIDS2016: SA bridging gap indelivering HIV drugs  IOL Sunday Tribune1 month ago
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ARV drug could cause liver disease, warn researchers

Clinical studies have found that the widely used antiretroviral (ARV) medicine Efavirenz carries the risk of liver damage to HIV positive patients. Researchers warned doctors to be aware of the uncommon, but dangerous side effects of that drug. ...
 Talk Radio 7021 week ago
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