Combination Therapy For Hiv And Aids
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Rocky Mountain CARESThank you for your questions.With a CD4 count of 210 and recent history of bacterial pneumonia, I'd be thinking of starting HIV therapies in the near future. Indeed, a case of "recurrent" bacterial pneumonia, irrespective of CD4... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESHello PDR and thanks for posting from beautiful Italy.Kidney function is an important aspect of monitoring the health of people living with HIV. Further, kidney function tends to decline (normally) with age, so as positives live longer, we'd... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineThere are hundreds of possible combinations of 3/4 anti-HIV drugs. Each drug has its problems. The decision about which drug combination to use is complicated. The regimen you are on has not been extensively studied but is a reasonable one which... Read more »
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Posted by losing_it, 1 ReplySaw this on cnn today.....
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Researchers may finally be on track to fight the AIDS virus by blocking a long-elusive target, an HIV enzyme called integrase. An experimental drug that inhibits the enzyme helped to keep the infection in... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesWhat percentage of folks infected with HIV are basically screwed by total resistance right out of the gate? I know resistance forms of HIV is becoming more common, but generally there is still a line of treatment options that will work for these... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 6 RepliesWithin the past month and a half, my partner has become sick. He has consistantly [consisted] tested negative for HIV. He has been diagnosed with a mycobacterium avium infection in his bone marrow. Unfortunately the treatment looks pretty harsh from... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesHi.
Just wondered if anybody knew as to when the above co-formulated combo will be available? I s it this year?
I am starting with Truvada + Sustiva, but as I not keen on taking tablets anyway, I would rather take just 1 tablet instead of 2.
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