HPTN 084: Long-Acting Injectable Cabotegravir Superior to Daily Oral TDF/FTC for HIV PrEP in Cisgender Women

January 27-28 and February 3-4, 2021
Monthly cabotegravir injections were associated with an 89% lower risk of HIV infection vs daily oral TDF/FTC; both strategies were generally safe and well tolerated, with no discontinuations for injection-site reactions.
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Released: January 30, 2021

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