Atripla removed from preferred drug list - Windy City Times
Windy City TimesAtripla removed from preferred drug listWindy City TimesAtripla was the only single-tablet regimen ( STR ) HIV medication covered under the Illinois Medicaid program's preferred drug list.
Medicaid policy may deny access to type of HIV medication - Peoria Journal Star
Medicaid policy may deny access to type of HIV medicationPeoria Journal Star“Given the federal removal of Atripla as a first-line option and existence of effective alternatives, HFS has been exploring a reasonable prior approval policy for this treatment,” said John Hoffman, spokesman for Healthcare and Family Services.
A question of timing: A lawsuit claims Gilead Sciences could have developed a less-harmful version of its HIV ... - Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles TimesA question of timing: A lawsuit claims Gilead Sciences could have developed a less-harmful version of its HIV .
Atripla et éruption cutanée - Seronet
Atripla et éruption cutanéeSeronetbonjour jetais sous atripla pour un TPE.
Gilead Sciences Spinning Its Wheels - Barron's
Barron'sGilead Sciences Spinning Its WheelsBarron'sWe also expect patients to switch from Atripla to Genvoya, given Atripla is no longer recommended as a first-line HIV treatment by the U.