Crixivan at their local pharmacy

   Patients will soon be able to get Crixivan at their local pharmacy...instead of by mail. Merck is opening up the distribution channels, now that they are able to make almost enough to meet demand. This means a lot less paperwork for you.    The FDA just approved Viracept (nelfinavir) for treating HIV in both children and adults.

   Viracept is another new protease inhibitor...similar to Crixivan (indinavir), Norvir (ritonavir), and Invirase (saquinavir).

   Viracept is an important option for patients who have become resistant to the others.

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