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NRTIs
Nucleoside/
Nucleotide
reverse
transcriptase
inhibitors
Combivir
(lamivudine / zidovudine)
Emtriva
(emtricitabine, or FTC)
Epivir
(lamivudine, or 3TC)
Epzicom
(abacavir / lamivudine)
Retrovir
(zidovudine, AZT, or ZDV)
Trizivir
(abacavir / lamivudine / zidovudine)
Truvada
(emtricitabine / tenofovir DF)
Videx EC
(didanosine, or ddI)
Viread
(tenofovir DF,  or TDF)
Zerit
(stavudine, or d4T)
Ziagen
(abacavir, or ABC)
NNRTIs
Non-nucleoside
reverse
transcriptase
inhibitors
Edurant
(rilpivirine, or RPV)
Intelence
(etravirine, or ETR)
Rescriptor
(delavirdine, or DLV)
Sustiva
(efavirenz, or EFV)
Viramune XR
(nevirapine, or NVP)
PIs
Protease
inhibitors
Aptivus
(tipranavir, or TPV)
(must be taken with Norvir)
Crixivan
(indinavir sulfate, or IDV)
Invirase
(saquinavir, or SQV)
(must be taken with Norvir)           
Kaletra
(lopinavir / ritonavir, or LPV / r)
Lexiva
(fosamprenavir calcium, or FPV)
Norvir
(ritonavir, or RTV)
Prezista
(darunavir, or DRV)
(must be taken with Norvir)
Reyataz
(atazanavir sulfate, or ATV)
Viracept
  (nelfinavir, or NFV)
INSTIs
Integrase
inhibitors
Isentress
(raltegravir, or RAL)
Tivicay
(dolutegravir or DTG)
elvitegravir
(or EVG) (investigational drug)
EIs
Entry
inhibitors
Fuzeon
(enfuvirtide, T-20, ENF)
Selzentry
(maraviroc, or MVC)
STRs
single
tablet
Regimens
Atripla
(efavirenz / emtricitabine / tenofovir DF)
Complera
(rilpivirine / emtricitabine / tenofovir DF)
Stribild
(elvitegravir / cobicistat / emtricitabine / tenofovir DF)
“572-Trii”
dolutegravir / abacavir / lamivudine, or DTG / ABC / 3TC) (investigational drug)

PKE
pharmacokinetic
enhancer
cobicistat
(or COBI)
(brand name not yet established)
NON-
HIV

Other Drugs
Egrifta
(tesamorelin)
For HIV-related excess belly fat.
Fulyzaq
(crofelemer)
For HIV-related diarrhea.
Serostim
(somatropin [rDNA origin])
For HIV-related wasting.
PrEP
emtricitabine / tenofovir, or FTC / TDF
For HIV prevention

The 2014 Positively Aware HIV Drug Chart, sponsored by Walgreens, is also available as a stand-alone chart printed on heavy card-stock paper. The charts are free, but supplies are limited and orders will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis (maximum of 25 copies per order please). Email or write/fax your request to:

Positively Aware, Attn: HIV Drug Chart
5050 N. Broadway St., Suite 300
Chicago, IL 60640
fax (773) 989-9494.

Co-pay and patient assistance charts

For additional copies of the Drug Guide, email your request: distribution@tpan.com.

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