How Do Protease Inhibitors Affect Hiv
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Tufts University School of MedicineThere are more than 20 studies that have found that underlying hepatitis C or hepatitis B can be a risk factor for toxicity from HIV medications in general. Of course this is a great concern; however, it also needs to be stated that the vast... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineProtease inhibitors are a class of drugs used to treat HIV infection, not to diagnose it.MH... Read more »
University of Minnesota, School of MedicineFat loss (lipoatrophy) probably is multi-factorial so the answer is both. Aging, longer time with HIV, a lower CD4 count--those factors have been linked to fat loss. Certain HIV drugs (most notably D4T and AZT) have been linked to fat loss. Protease... 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 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 ReplyCurious as to latest info. on research into bone density loss due to HAART therapy. Most research data i've seen goes back to 99 or 2000. Any new data/research into this? Also any info. on clinical trials currently under way looking into this... Read more »
Posted by AnonymousI found a product for reducing glucose levels. It is called Meishan Tea. They make 4 different kinds of tea and I have people that are showing tremendous results on all 4 kinds. However, the people that are presently taking the tea do not have AIDS.... Read more »
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