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Common Brand Name(s): Lexiva
Phonetic Pronunciation: (fos-am-PREN-uh-veer)
Information last revised September 2010

What does FOSAMPRENAVIR - ORAL look like?


Fosamprenavir is a protease inhibitor type of antiviral medication. It is used in combination with other drugs to treat human immunodeficiency virus infection (HIV). Once in the body, fosamprenavir is converted into amprenavir. The medication works by slowing the growth of the virus. This drug is not a cure for HIV and does not prevent the passing of HIV to others.
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