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  • The Mumbai specialists didn't try some so-called third-line experimental drugs that U.S. doctors might use in such cases.

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  • The Mumbai specialists didn't try some so-called third-line experimental drugs that U.S. doctors might use in such cases.

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  • The Mumbai specialists didn't try some so-called third-line experimental drugs that U.S. doctors might use in such cases.

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  • We have a few patients who need third-line treatments, but we are forced to tell them: 'We have no option for you'.

    HIV and Aids: bad news for drug prices in middle-income countries

  • He noted that there was an urgent need for the price of second- and third-line ARVs to fall to make them more accessible to HIV-positive people in poor countries.

    HIV and Aids: bad news for drug prices in middle-income countries

  • Making a drive to reach the postseason, the Sabres signed slick-skating Tim Connolly to a two-year, $9 million contract extension, acquired third-line center Dominic Moore from Toronto, and picked up goaltender Mikael Tellqvist from Phoenix all in a four-hour period.

    Sabres re-sign Connolly, make flurry of trades

  • C Rob Niedermayer, the third-line pivot, had only 22 points on the year but failed to register a single point in the last 18. —

    New Jersey Devils Team Report

  • Fehr came off of surgery on both shoulders last summer and, although inconsistent at times, he is developing into a good third-line player.

    Washington Capitals Team Report

  • Of particular concern is the price of the UN World Health Organization-recommended third-line drug raltegravir – an integrase inhibitor that blocks retroviral replication – which costs up to US $5,870 per person per year in Brazil, compared with $675 in sub-Saharan Africa.

    HIV and Aids: bad news for drug prices in middle-income countries

  • Drugs such as Johnson & Johnson's darunavir - which, when boosted by ritonavir, is listed by WHO as a potential third-line drug - are not free in most ARV programmes, and cost as much as $1,095 per person per year in sub-Saharan Africa.

    HIV and Aids: bad news for drug prices in middle-income countries

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