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February 1996

CLINICAL CARE

Does PCP Prophylaxis Improve Survival in Patients with HIV Infection?

New data suggest new approaches to clinical management
NEIL M.H. GRAHAM, M.B.B.S., M.D., M.P.H.



NEWSLINE

Newsline ... Newsline ... Newsline ...

Two studies establish efficacy of ritonavir: New protease inhibitor has prompt and potent antiretroviral activity ... Ritonavir prevents disease progression and prolongs life: First evidence of the clinical benefit of protease inhibition ... Potent, sustained antiviral activity of ZDV and 3TC combined with indinavir: Most powerful drug combination yet studied



OPTIMAL MEDICAL MANAGEMENT

Coccidioidomycosis and HIV Disease

Clinical manifestations, and effective treatment, of an endemic infection
JON E. LUTZ, M.D., DAVID A. STEVENS, M.D., GEORGE A. SAROSI, M.D.




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