What is Lamivudina? Lamivudina (Lamivudine) is used in combination with other medications to treat human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection in patients with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Lamivudina (Lamivudine) is not a cure and may not decrease the number of HIV-related illnesses. Lamivudina (Lamivudine) does not prevent the spread of HIV to other people. Lamivudina (Lamivudine) is also used to treat hepatitis B infection. HIV/AIDS treatment. Consult your physician for further Lamivudina (Lamivudine) applications. Read more on Lamivudina.
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