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Poor adherence and the subsequent development of drug resistance is one reason why HIV treatment can fail. A drug-resistant HIV strain is one which is less susceptible to the effects of one or more anti-HIV drugs.

History of PrEP Use Linked to M184I/V Mutation at HIV Diagnosis

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Infectious Disease Advisor
22 December 2023

A Switch to B/F/TAF Keeps HIV Suppressed, Even With Mutation

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Medscape (requires free registration)
20 September 2022

Antibiotic-resistant strain of gonorrhoea detected in London

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UK Health Security Agency
29 December 2021

Darunavir Resistance Development Is Rare in HIV Treatment

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Infectious Disease Advisor
1 September 2020