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Every month for 30 months, the women underwent HIV tests, and answered questions about their sexual behavior, precautions and gel and condom use.The results showed that:The incidence of HIV in the active gel group of 5.6 per 100 woman-years .in sum, a significant 39 % lower rate of HIV incidence in the active gel compared to placebo.in high adherers , HIV incidence was lower by 54 % in the active gel group.lower intermediate and low adherers , was to reduce the rate of HIV infection 38 and 28 %.There were no serious side effects. The researchers concludedFDA Approves Avandamet How inital therapy in the treatment of type 2 diabetesGlaxoSmithKline announced today FDA approval of Avandamet for use as initial treatment of type 2 diabetes as an adjunct to diet and exercise.
Other sources NIH / NIAID, The Lancet , Microbicide Trials Network,Written by: Catharine Paddock, PhD Copyright: Medical News TodayIn, study, published as a breakthrough study, researchers as a study in South Africa runs a vaginal microbicide with the antiretroviral drugs test tenofovir found that it significantly reduces women’s risk of HIV infection by 39 % when compared to placebo.Moreover, the serious occurrence rate lower in CYPHER stent arm had in comparison to both CABG and bare-metal stent arms. Triple years after treatment, 91.6 % of patient, Stent received vivid and not experienced a stroke or a cardiac infarction, compared to 89 % patients in the CABG arm of and 86.7 % of patients in the bare-metal stent arm. CYPHER CYPHER Stent arm against the bare metal stent of branch reached statistical significance (p is 0.
The CYPHER Stent is not indicated for patients with multi-vessel disease in the U.S. Drug-eluting CYPHER Stent.
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