|Re: Tolerability in the future
Aug 30, 2005
Dr. Henry, In response to your ansewer to the the "tolerability in the future question", I have one more question. Are there drugs in developement that appear to be harder to become resistant to? It seems that they many people are doing well and the only thing that can stop them is resistance.
Response from Dr. Henry
Yes-one of the features of many of the new drugs that are in development is that they have a higher barrier to resistance (more difficult for the virus to become resistant to them). KH
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