IMEA 055 FAST: BIC/FTC/TAF for Rapid Initiation of ART in Test-and-Treat Model

October 27-30, 2021; London, United Kingdom
In this small test-and-treat study, regimen was more than 80% effective at suppressing HIV-1 RNA at Week 24 with no treatment-emergent resistance seen in patients who did not achieve viral suppression; very low incidence of grade 3/4 or serious adverse events was seen.
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