|HIV in spinal cord
Jun 10, 2011
Response from Dr. Henry
That is a low copy number overall-intervention that is appropriate depends on numerous factors what your clinical problem is and treatment history. If you are having central nervous system (CNS) problems likely related to HIV then often a switch to HIV drugs that penetrate well into the CNS are considered (high CPE index- see http://www.thebody.com/content/art54535.html?getPage=4) KH
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