Oral Anticoagulants Often Inappropriately Prescribed for HIV Patients on ART Oral Anticoagulants Often Inappropriately Prescribed for HIV Patients on ART

Direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs) are frequently prescribed for individuals on antiretroviral boosters, despite the risk of drug-drug interactions, researchers say.Reuters Health Information
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