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What Is Drug Resistance?

December 13, 2015

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What Is Drug Resistance?

This is an adapted selection from Introduction to ART, a booklet published by HIV i-Base, a British treatment activist group, which is also available in a pocket version.


What Is Drug Resistance?

What is drug resistance? Drug resistance occurs when the virus changes its structure in a way that stops a drug from working. These changes are called drug mutations.

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