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  • Over a period of three weeks I paid more than a month's salary for a medicine known as Diflucan (generic name, fluconazole), made by Pfizer -- a United States-based multinational corporation.

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  • Diflucan, which is the brand name for fluconazole, is an anti-fungal - not an anti-retroviral - used for treatment of at least two opportunistic infections common among people living with

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The US pharmaceutical company Pfizer offered to make the drug, also known as Diflucan, available to patients in state hospitals and clinics free of charge.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Heywood said that while Fluconazole, known as Diflucan under its brand name, was not an anti-retroviral drug like AZT, it could dramatically improve life for at least 20 percent of South Africans who are HIV positive.

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  • She said fluconazole, a generic drug used to treat AIDS-related meningitis, which Pfizer sells under the brand name Diflucan at dlrs 27.60 per 200 mg capsule in South Africa and Guatemala, costs dlrs 0.64 per 200 mg capsule when produced in India, where it is not protected by patent.

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  • Most of the information here is new, but the "Fluconazole" medication is actually the same as our "Diflucan" - except using the generic name that was dispensed and containing more information about dosage, etc. Click the

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  • Most of the information here is new, but the "Fluconazole" medication is actually the same as our "Diflucan" - except using the generic name that was dispensed and containing more information about dosage, etc. Click the

    MSDN Blogs

  • Most of the information here is new, but the "Fluconazole" medication is actually the same as our "Diflucan" - except using the generic name that was dispensed and containing more information about dosage, etc. Click the

    MSDN Blogs

  • · Call on People Living With Aids to monitor availability of drugs to treat opportunistic infections (such as Diflucan for oral thrush and meningitis and medicine for TB or pneumonia) · Assertion of government commitment to work to lower cost of

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • * Publicise progress in availability of "specialised" drugs such as Diflucan, and drugs for TB and pneumonia, and encourage People

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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