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Isentress oral     37 User Reviews
Stribild oral     26 User Reviews
Viread oral     20 User Reviews
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Reyataz oral     17 User Reviews
Kaletra oral     16 User Reviews
Combivir oral     15 User Reviews
Intelence oral     12 User Reviews
Prezista oral     7 User Reviews
tenofovir disoproxil fumarate oral     6 User Reviews
Lexiva oral     6 User Reviews
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efavirenz oral     5 User Reviews
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