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knock out

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dope

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a substance used in the treatment of disease

a substance that affects the central nervous system and is often addictive

to administer or add a drug to

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Substantial quantities of the drug linger in the body for up to 3 weeks after a single dose, and that lag gives the virus plenty of time to evolve.
If their health worsened, they were prescribed a daily antiviral drug regimen that included nevirapine.
However, these regimens were generally not well tolerated and drug interactions made these regimens difficult to manage.
Ritonavir has a potent effect on the cytochrome p450 3A4 enzymes in the liver such that when it is combined with another protease inhibitor (or any drug that is metabolized or affected by this enzyme), drug levels of the other drug are dramatically increased and the resultant lowered metabolism causes the other drug to stay in the body for a longer period.
A behind-the-counter option won't address the fact that it's generally not in drug manufacturers' interests to increase access to their products as long as patents are in force.
The prescription system is inefficient at every turn, but its costs weigh on no one harder than the 24 percent of Americans without drug coverage.
Vitamins, electrolytes, amino acids, peptides, and proteins are exempted by the guidance because they are not tailored active ingredients (unlike, for example, a drug that interacts with a receptor) and thus are deemed "unlikely to result in significant exposure of the environment.
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Specialty-drug costs are expected to account for more than 25% of total drug spend by 2009.
We also include key prevention messages specific to each drug class, as well as more general prevention messages to use when communicating with adolescents.
The latest drug resistance rates obtained from Chest Hospital, a specialized TB referral hospital, showed that the combined drug resistance of any and multiple drugs were 27.
Unfortunately, prescription drug abuse is on the rise.
So, Glaxo and its marketing team set about popularizing GERD and its potentially dire consequences through a marketing technique that is now used routinely by drug makers, and which came to be known as "condition branding," or selling a disease along with a drug.