A vital class of medicines used to treat viral infections in the human
body is Antiviral Drugs. These drugs
work to suppress viral replication, stop the spread of infection, and lessen
the severity of symptoms by focusing on different phases of the viral life
cycle. Antiviral medications boost the immune system's ability to combat
invasive diseases by particularly targeting viruses. These Antiviral Drugs are designed to treat a variety of viral illnesses.
Each antiviral medication targets a specific virus or a group of viruses that
are closely linked to it since viruses have a wide range of vulnerabilities and