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Is reyataz (atazanavir) an HIV prophylaxis drug?

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Dr. John Leander Po
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: No

Reyataz is the brand name for atazanavir, and belongs in the protease inhibitor of antiretroviral drugs.
It is one of several other drugs that can be used to treat a person infected with hiv, but is not used for prophylaxis.

In brief: No

Reyataz is the brand name for atazanavir, and belongs in the protease inhibitor of antiretroviral drugs.
It is one of several other drugs that can be used to treat a person infected with hiv, but is not used for prophylaxis.
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