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Charlie Sheen Taking Part in FDA Study For HIV Drug

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In a new interview with ABC, actor Charlie Sheen revealed that he has joined a Food and Drug Administration Study for a new HIV treatment. While speaking with Michael Strahan, Sheen said, "For eight months now I've been enrolled in an FDA study for a medication for a drug called PRO-140," Sheen then went on to add that the drug is in the "late stages" of its trial run and "very close to being approved.

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