FDA warns against combining HCV treatment with some HIV drugs

04/26/2012 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

The FDA is revising the label of boceprevir, a recently approved hepatitis C treatment, to warn about co-administration with certain HIV medicines. Taking boceprevir with some HIV drugs, including ritonavir, might increase the level of either virus in the blood, the agency said.

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