How does Crixivan work?

Crixivan belongs to a family of medications known as protease inhibitors. These drugs are used to treat human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in adults. This virus relies on the presence of a protein called protease to replicate. Crixivan and other protease inhibitors disable protease. This helps to stop the spread of HIV infection in the body.

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