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What is Agenerase?

Agenerase is no longer available in the U.S.

Agenerase is a prescription medication that's used along with other medications to treat HIV infection. Agenerase is an protease inhibitor, which works by stopping the proliferation of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). It should not be taken with meals that are high in fat and must be taken regularly to avoid developing a resistance to the medication. Continue to take it as prescribed, even if you're feeling well. Agenerase comes in a capsule and liquid form; ask you doctor if it is the right medication for you.

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