AIDS Treatment Drugs
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Nevada State Health Division AIDS ProgramHi. Thank you for your question. What you are asking can literally fill an entire book. However, a very good report which reviews AIDS related drugs currently available in the USA (both approved, and those in clinical trials), has been published... Read more »
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Do I still need to take my meds with my condition? (TREATMENT INTERRUPTIONS, 2010) (DRUG HOLIDAYS, 2010)In May of 2003 I was determined to have full blown AIDS. I was infected just 4-5 months prior to... Read more »
South African AIDS Advocate Achmat Begins Antiretroviral Drug Treatment; TAC Rolls Out AIDS Drug ProgramSouth Africa's leading AIDS advocate Zackie Achmat yesterday announced that he has started taking antiretroviral drugs, which he had previously refused to do until the government committed to a national treatment plan, AFP/Yahoo! News reports (... Read more »
Lack of Medical Staff Hindering AIDS Drug Treatment Programs in Africa, Tobias Says During Indiana Univ. ConferenceA lack of medical personnel is hindering antiretroviral drug treatment programs across Africa, U.S. Ambassador Randall Tobias, head of the State Department Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator , said on Sunday at the opening of an Indiana... Read more »
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Posted by bradfordHIV/AIDS drugs saved my life!
From the time I was told I had six months to live by an AIDS specialist in 1985, I learned from other people infected with HIV and included supplements and complementary therapies. These kept me healthy and were... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousReuters 1/4/01
Atlanta -- Health-care workers who take nevirapine after possible occupational exposure to the AIDS virus risk potentially life-threatening side effects from the anti-AIDS drug, federal health officials said on Thursday.
The Centers for... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyAIDS Drugs May Cause Other Illnesses Research* Strokes and coronary disease are linked to powerful protease inhibitors, some doctors suspect.
By JANE E. ALLEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The powerful drug cocktails that have enabled AIDS patients to live... Read more »
Posted by thom26Hello,
My name is Thomas Nesbitt and I am doing an extensive research project for a senior biology class on HIV/AIDS. I am looking for people preferably with AIDS, but if you just have HIV currently, it is perfectly fine. Any response helps. Please... Read more »
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