Fuzeon Medication for HIV

The prescription drug Fuzeon® (enfuvirtide) is used to treat HIV and AIDS. This medication belongs to a group of drugs known as fusion inhibitors. Because Fuzeon works on the outside of cells, it is significantly different from most other types of HIV drugs, which work on the inside of cells. Fuzeon is not taken by mouth; instead, it must be injected just under the skin.
 
Fuzeon is designed to be used only in combination with other HIV medications. It is usually reserved for people who have tried other HIV medications without success.
 
(To learn more about using this drug for HIV/AIDS treatment, click Fuzeon Uses. This article goes into greater detail about how it works and explains whether it can be used in children.)
 

Fuzeon Medication for HIV

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