Milk And Incivek

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Bill Says:

Can you drink whole milk before you take incivek?

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Verwon Says:

Incivek has to be taken with fat, to improve absorption in the body, so it has the most beneficial effect, so yes, even taking it with the milk, rather than water would be a great idea.

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