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Use of Cotrimox for HIV/AIDS in developing countries

Dear Experts,I am doing a research related to promotion of Cotrimox for the treatment of HIV in developing countries where ARV drugs are not available. Could you provide any information regarding the usage of cotrimox, side effects of the drug and...
Benjamin Young, M.D., Ph.D.

Response from Benjamin Young, M.D., Ph.D.

Rocky Mountain CARES
...essential for the treatment of Pneumocystis pneumonia and toxoplasmosis, two of the most important opportunistic infections among AIDS patients.You can find a lot more about the medication on this site by searching on the full name or it's other... Read more »

anyone here developed aids within 18 months?

Dear Dr. Bob,I developed aids within 18 months and I test negative in many asia countries. My... Read more »

Information on aids resistant people who test positive for HIV but never develop active AIDS.

I need information on HIV positive people who never develop active aids. Particularly important is... Read more »
Articles
International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care

Will AIDS Finally Teach Us the Meaning of Sustainable Human Development (for All)?

...that we are going through the formative stage of a larger process of global cooperation that would be informed by concern for human development everywhere, before all else. However, in focusing on the immediate concern of HIV disease and its... Read more »
AIDS Treatment Activists Coalition

Apricitabine Development Should Not Be Halted, Say HIV/AIDS Advocates in Open Letter

...Coalition and European AIDS Treatment Group. The letter was addressed to Susan Cox, the former senior vice president of drug development at Avexa; copies were sent to Nathan Drona, Avexa's chairman, and Stephen Kerr, the company's board... Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Development Banks Not Fulfilling Pledges to Support Reproductive Health, HIV/AIDS Projects in Developing Countries, Report Says

... Multilateral development banks are not fulfilling their commitments to support initiatives involving reproductive and sexual health in developing countries, Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

HIV/AIDS Will Hinder Namibia's Development Efforts Without Increases in Treatment, Prevention Programs, Report Says

...of human capabilities in Namibia today remains the HIV/AIDS epidemic, which, through its impact on mortality, is undermining human development objectives," the report said. The report's findings were based on the Human Development Index and the... Read more »
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50% of HIV+ Develop Neurocognitive Impairment

Posted by ScotCharles, 3 Replies
...following is a very interesting recent post to The Body, which emphasizes the importance of neurological monitoring for people with HIV. It also points up the fact that long term HIV infection remains a disabling condition. For me it confirms... Read more »

Help develop HIV service - email study

Posted by Anonymous, 3 Replies
...be submitted for publication. Specifically, the study is questionnaire based about how people have adjusted to living with HIV or AIDS. How do people "find meaning" in illness? Are there particular aspects of the experience (positive and... Read more »

Help develop HIV service - email study

Posted by Anonymous
...be submitted for publication. Specifically, the study is questionnaire based about how people have adjusted to living with HIV or AIDS. How do people "find meaning" in illness? Are there particular aspects of the experience (positive and... Read more »

New Hope for HIV Eradication

Posted by Mondo, 4 Replies
...the story if you havent caught up with it yet. Good health to all Mondo Researchers may finally be on track to get at the HIV that hides inside cells and keeps the infection going; if so, they could perhaps eradicate the virus from the body... Read more »