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Bimonthly Injection

Bimonthly Injection

Ive said before many times, the United States is far behind in HIV care
While the United States has just approved a monthly injection, I have noted Europe was doing a bimonhly study
The United Kindom (in Europe) has approved the first bimonhly injection.
The United States was behind the ball with U=U for 3 years.
The United States was behind in studying a monthly injection.
The United States is now behind in a bimonthly injection.
Sounds like the United States just doesn't care about HIV… read more

A myHIVteam Member said:

Our capitalist health care system in the US is all about the $$$ - they’re fine with the billions they’re making from $3500 retail for 30 day supplies of oral meds.

posted 15 days ago
A myHIVteam Member said:

My doctor offer it to me 6 months ago but im done being a lab rat and thats all i've been sence crixivan and Combivir i was on Biktarvy 6 months before the FDA approved it wish i had known about all the side affects. But thats life it will be the medication that kills me

posted 9 days ago
A myHIVteam Member said:

I am used to my pills don't want to add injections. Why mess with pills that are working.

posted 15 days ago
A myHIVteam Member said:

I hear you and it angers me that this country is more concerned with money and drugs then healing people the pharmaceuticals run this country and its real sad because in other countries they are healing people and their research has far surpassed ours and its due to greedy corrupt corporations in saying all that I know one day all of us will be healed and free✌️💜 God always has a plan💯

edited, originally posted 13 days ago
A myHIVteam Member said:

Same here I thought about the idea but I've been doing just fine so I'm sticking to my Symtuza. UndetectablE and it feels good. I have a appointment with My Doctor Wednesday I'll still ask him about it just to be informed. I don't like needles so I'll most likely stick to what I've been on for years well about 5.

posted 15 days ago
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