Jun 4, 2003
Many people ive spoken with have said that people with hiv can live their full lives. Does this hold true for people with a drug resistant virus. My doctor says yea, do you agree?
Response from Dr. Young
In general, I agree.
Persons with drug resistant virus have much more challenging issues with treatment-- more complex and often side effect-prone regimens and a lower likelihood of treatment success. BY
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