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One Doctor's Approach: Correction

Spring 1996

One Doctor's Approach: Correction
Re: "One Doctor's Approach for Preventing Opportunistic Infections," an inaccuracy occurred in an attempt to summarize Dr. Bernard Bihari's treatment plan (see the Overview section in that article). Dr. Bihari wants our readers to know that he does not think people should start two protease inhibitors at the same time. In fact, Dr. Bihari has not yet prescribed protease inhibitors to his patients. He is watching the new studies on combination therapy and is hopeful that it will be possible to avoid resistance and produce a "slow cure" for AIDS perhaps by starting two protease inhibitors simultaneously. Until the trials show safety and efficacy, this is not safe for people to try.

The Women Alive editorial team takes full responsibility for these mistakes and apologizes to Dr. Bihari and our readers.




  
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