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GSK To Supply Combivir For NIH-Funded AIDS Trial Following Rep. Waxman Letter

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GSK initially offered the HIV therapy for free but withdrew from the clinical trial in Africa after investigators revised one of three study arms, setting up a comparative effectiveness trial, Waxman says. GSK will now offer the drug at a "nonprofit," "developing country" price of 65¢ per day.

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