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Sustiva is an antiviral medication to treat immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) or to prevent its development.

Availability:
in stock
Product #:
000222
Active ingredient:
Efavirenz
Available Dosage:
200 mg;600 mg;
Do I need a prescription?:
No, when purchased online
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Delivery time:
Trackable Courier Service, International Unregistered Mail
Delivery to countries:
worldwide, including United Kingdom, Australia and USA

Sustiva 200 mg Price

Package Price Per Pill  
30 pills x 200 mg $ 151.99 $ 5.07
60 pills x 200 mg
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$ 252.99 $ 4.22
90 pills x 200 mg
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$ 344.99 $ 3.83
120 pills x 200 mg
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$ 413.99 $ 3.45

Sustiva 600 mg Price

Package Price Per Pill  
10 pills x 600 mg $ 118.99 $ 11.9
20 pills x 600 mg $ 197.99 $ 9.9
30 pills x 600 mg
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$ 269.99 $ 9
60 pills x 600 mg
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$ 485.99 $ 8.1

Product information

Sustiva is used for AIDS prevention. The drugs were developed to treat HIV, but in the United States, the drug is also used to treat a wide range of conditions, including cancer. The FDA approved Sustiva for AIDS prevention in 2008. A review of the drug's effectiveness in treating HIV showed that it significantly reduced the risk of HIV infection. The FDA also approved Sustiva for the control of HIV-associated lymphoma. It blocks the virus that can cause cancer, which was one of Sustiva's main goals. In the last few years, some companies have begun to sell Sustiva to treat the treatment of breast cancer patients. Its active ingredient, sirolimus (salt), inhibits replication of HIV and other HIV-infected virus by the enzyme reverse transcriptase, thus preventing HIV infection. Sustiva and its analogs Sustiva (sodium chloride) and sirolimus (salt and sulfur dioxide), are approved as antivirals and antiretroviral drugs for AIDS and HIV infection (HIV RNA and viral RNA viruses), in the United States and other countries, and in other countries for use in humans (HIV RNA and viral RNA virus). Sustiva is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) and non-steroidal anti-dandruff (NSAID) drug. Sustiva is a combination of sirolimus, salt, and sulfate. It is used with the exception of sirolimus and sulfate for the treatment of HIV and other HIV-infected patients. Sustiva is a non-surgical antibiotic, a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), and a non-steroidal anti-dandruff (NSAID). It can be used for the treatment of infections due to HIV-1, HIV-2 It also protects from HIV infection and its treatment with antiviral drugs. The drug was developed by the pharmaceutical research institute of VEB in collaboration with the University of Vienna. The drug is approved by Austria's Federal Drugs Agency to prevent HIV infection and its treatment with antiviral drugs as well as to prevent HIV transmission to new partners. The drug Sustiva is a novel and effective drug that is being evaluated as a non-toxic antiretroviral therapy in combination with other antiretroviral drugs (antiretrovirals). It is a highly efficacious drug that has not been shown to decrease sexual activity. It was found to be safe and effective in combination with HIV protease inhibitor monotherapy. In the treatment of AIDS, Sustiva was shown to be effective, especially against the replication of HIV virus in the liver. The drug is used by the WHO to treat AIDS and AIDS-related diseases. Sustiva has been used in the treatment of AIDS since the 1980s as part of a clinical trial that was sponsored by the European Union. The trial was conducted in a large, open-label study that included approximately 10,000 people with AIDS in the United States. Sustiva was administered to those patients with high-risk infection who had previously been diagnosed with AIDS. The trial has been followed since then and it is estimated that at least 1,000 people have received Sustiva treatment. About Sustiva, a new treatment for AIDS is currently being tested in a large, open-label clinical trial in the United States, the largest trial ever conducted. Sustiva is a novel combination antiretroviral therapy (CAT) with a combination of two anti-HIV drugs, Sovaldi and Daraprim. This unique therapy, which is not currently available in the United States, is designed to help prevent the progression of AIDS and is approved for use in people It has been approved for clinical use in HIV/AIDS. In 2010 a study on Sustiva was presented at the International AIDS Conference held in Atlanta, Georgia. It is also approved for clinical use in HIV/AIDS and in individuals who were exposed to blood transfusions with HIV-infected donors or those who received HIV-1-infected blood or plasma. The drugs are given for treatment of the AIDS-associated infections. According to a study published in the International Journal of Cancer in 2015, patients receiving Sustiva were able to reduce the risk of HIV acquisition through the reduction in the viral load and viral load-to-titer (V/CtT), respectively. The patients were given Sustiva at doses that are comparable to those used previously for treating HIV infection in HIV patients. The Sustiva treatment also reduced the viral load of HIV-infected individuals and reduced the viral load to T (VLTP) of HIV-infected individuals, respectively. In addition, the Sustiva-treatment reduced the viral load of patients with HIV-related conditions (AIDS-associated conditions) to a significant extent, and also reduced the viral load to VLTP, the lowest level of infection in HIV patients. Sustiva-treated individuals also had fewer viral loads and fewer infections with AIDS-related conditions.
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