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The state health service in England has the legal power to fund an HIV pill to prevent infection, the court of appeal ruled Thursday, in a victory for AIDS campaigners who have been calling for its widespread use.The NAT argues that PrEP is a potential game-changer and is urgently needed in Britain, where more than 4,000 people acquire HIV annually.NHS England said it would now formally consider whether to fund PrEP. Gilead said it welcomed the appeal court decision and hoped NHS England would make PrEP available as soon as possible.Truvada is a combination of two antiretroviral drugs that work to keep HIV, which causes AIDS, from replicating in the body.
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