|Drugs, side effects, how to take them?
Nov 9, 2000
I was wondering if there was a comprehensive site on the Internet that lists the various approved anti-retroviral drugs, their common (and not-so-common side effects) and how to take them (with food, without food, what liquids might be useful to take them with, what vitamins or specific foods are good to help combat their specific side effects), etc. Thanks for your help!
Response from Dr. Henry
You can check at The Body website under Treatment and you can get to information about individual drugs. A good source of drug information is www.aidsinfonet.org from the New Mexico AIDS Education and Treatment group. Hope that helps.
Keith Henry, M.D.
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