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UCLA School of MedicineThe HIV protease inhibitor selectively blocks the protease enzyme and prevents an infected cell from producing infectious HIV. Resistance develops when mutations emerge in the viral protease enzyme that prevent the inhibitor from interacting with... Read more »
University of California Los Angeles School of MedicineQuitting tobacco is a great idea, one of the best things you can do to increase your overall well-being. It is not clear, as we once thought, that smoking necessarily increases your risk of HIV progression. But it is still very important to stop,... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineACE inhibitors are widely used in HIV + patients to control blood pressure and to help protect kidney function. I have scores of patients on various ACE inhibitors which are generally well tolerated though sometimes need to change from one (ie... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 4 RepliesI have known about my HIV+ status now for 6 years, and God has blessed me with continued good health. I have accessed all the major medications, plus vitamins to help fight the disease. Once I started taking the new protease inhibitors, I started... Read more »
Posted by SurvivorI just wanted people realize there is hope and continued very active DRUG DISCOVERY!
Merck, Gilead Release Strong Findings From Clinical Trials of Experimental Integrase Inhibitor Antiretroviral Drugs
Whitehouse Station, N.J.-based Merck and Foster... Read more »
Posted by akcolHi, my fiance is a Long Term NonProgressor - 24 years positive, co-infection HCV, with severe Hemophilia A.
This is a question for the gentlemen with Hemophilia please.
We're requesting any input about any Hemophilic PI increased unusual bleed... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyDoes anyone know anything about the new entry inhibitors? I think Pfizer and Schering both have drugs in development. Should we be hopeful? Read more »
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