NAFDAC suspends use of Nigerian government’s ‘substandard’ HIV drug by Tobore Ovuorie

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The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control, NAFDAC, has suspended the use of Tryonex, a brand of Antiretroviral, ARVs, medicines in the country. This was due to concerns expressed by Treatment Action Movement, TAM, a coalition of HIV activists in Nigeria and other similar organisations. Distributed under the Federal Government’s National HIV/AIDS program, Tryonex is a local brand of ARV medicine produced byTryonex Nigeria Limited, a Lagos-based company…Read more 

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