HPTN 083: Incident Infections and Emergent Resistance in MSM and TGW Receiving Cabotegravir Long-Acting PrEP

March 6-10, 2021; Virtual
Longitudinal analysis of HIV infections, viral load, cabotegravir concentrations, and emergent resistance in HPTN 083 demonstrated the importance of prompt diagnosis and initiation of ART to avoid resistance in cases of breakthrough infection with long-acting cabotegravir as PrEP.
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Released: March 10, 2021


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