Sep 18, 2002
My Partner, has been HIV+ for years.. His HMO Doctors have said the there are virtually no new medications he can take. His virtual load in Hi.. and T-count is decreasing rapidly.. I think there may be other things out there he could try.. he has lost 30 lbs in the last few months.. has intestinal problems with bowels,,etc.. We are at a loss where to turn.. We want to be sure everything that can be done is being done,, thank you Elmer R. Albert
Response from Dr. Little
The best I can offer is the suggestion to look up your closest University teaching institution with and HIV care program. Newer drugs that may be only available through an expanded/compassionate access program may be available at this site. You will also likely get a very educated second opinion about whether all reasonable choices have been exhausted. Good luck.
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