How Long Does Trizivir Take To Work
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Harvard Medical SchoolSo, Mark, you've raised a coupla options. First one now that you are off meds when to restart? And then of course, with what do you restart?Let's take the first one. Short answer as long as the CD4 count is above 200 our current... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESThanks for the update-- it's great to hear that you're doing well and the side effects have improved.Trizivir once-a-day is probably not going to make it as a recommended regimen; the metabolism of AZT won't support this kind of... Read more »
Rocky Mountain CARESThanks for the follow up.You raise a couple of very important issues.The first is that the risk of lipodystrophy actually appears to go up if one waits longer to start therapy, this would argue against delaying too long to initiate therapy, with... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicineThere will certainly be people like you who have had success with this regimen. You do not need to expect failure at this point given your success. We don't have a lot of long term data to know yet how long people can expect to remain on... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesDr. David Ho: "It's terrific. I would say full speed ahead for this particular research program."
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