J&J lines up its 4-in-1 HIV pill for FDA behind rivals from Gilead, GSK
A couple of months after posting positive late-stage data for its quadruplet-in-one-pill for quelling HIV, J&J says it’s filed a marketing application with the FDA ahead of a planned marketing campaign.
Cocktail therapies have proven highly effective at keeping HIV at bay, but the big players in the market — like Gilead, GSK and J&J — have all been hustling along to prove that their combos can do the job while promising to improve adherence to drug regimens and heighten their consistency.
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