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Decmber 1997

EDITORIAL

A Good Year ...

... and the promise of a better one to follow, for people living with HIV infection
PAUL A. VOLBERDING, M.D., EDITOR-IN-CHIEF



OPTIMAL MEDICAL MANAGEMENT

Protease Inhibitor Resistance and Salvage Therapy

What to do when a patient's initial antiretroviral regimen begins to fail
STEVEN G. DEEKS, M.D.



PULL OUT AND SAVE

Optimal Antiretroviral Therapy for HIV Infection

Updated recommendations of the International AIDS Society - U.S.A.
PAUL A. VOLBERDING, M.D.



NEWSLINE

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

Cidofovir gel heals herpes lesions that do not respond to acyclovir ... More on how HIV enters cells ... New formulation of saquinavir, Fortovase®, has eight to nine times the bioavailability of Invirase® ... First test for HIV resistance to nucleoside analogs is available ... Gammaglobulin prevents infections in patients with low CD4 counts ... HIV found in lymph tissue of patients with "undetectable" viral levels ... The immune system vs. HIV: Tipping the balance in favor of viral control ... Drug-drug interactions -- an update: Use caution when mixing protease inhibitors and anticonvulsants ... Delavirdine and fluconazole can be taken together without adjusting doses ...



THERAPEUTIC ADVANCES

The Next Generation of Antiretroviral Agents -- An Update

The news gets better and better, as newer and more effective drugs are made available to treat patients with HIV infection
HAROLD A. KESSLER, M.D.



INDEX

Index to Volume 3, Numbers 1-6

An alphabetical listing of article titles and subjects covered in the third year of publication


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