IMPAACT 2010: Viral Suppression Rates at Delivery Significantly Higher With DTG Plus FTC/TAF or FTC/TDF vs EFV/FTC/TDF Initiation During Pregnancy in ART-Naive Women

March 8-11, 2020; Boston, Massachusetts
Higher rates of virologic suppression at delivery and fewer adverse birth outcomes in treatment-naive women initiating DTG-based ART vs EFV/FTC/TDF during pregnancy.
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Released: March 14, 2020

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