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HIV Drugs and the HIV Lifecycle

Table of Contents The Basics The HIV Lifecycle Approved HIV Drugs Combining HIV Drugs The Bottom Line The Basics HIV drugs cannot cure HIV but they can help you stay healthy by preventingthe virus from reproducing (making copies of itself). When HIV cannotreproduce, it cannot infect new cells in your body and your . viral load remains low. HIV must go through a number of different steps in order to make copies ofitself....
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Anti-arythmic drugs and HIV drugs

Is there any difficulty taking anti-arthmia drugs when on Hartt treatment? My cardiologist told me he woud not dare prescribe any as the interaction with HIV treatment is unknow. I have been infected since 1980, am undetectable since 2003 with T4 in...
Keith Henry, M.D.

Response from Keith Henry, M.D.

University of Minnesota, School of Medicine
Many cardiac drugs, including drugs for cardiac arrhythmia, can be taken with Atripla and /or boosted protease inhibitors though the choices have to be made carefully often with input from a pharmacist familiar with HIV drugs. For examples, calcium... Read more »

HIV DRUGS ARE DANGEROUS AND TOXIC? WHEN NEW DRUGS!!!!

Hello Dearest Experts, Although it may be true that Hiv Meds might prolong progression to ARC (Aids Related Complications) it seems that the current medicines out to treat the disease are deliquent and inconsistent in allowing patients who spend...
David Wohl, M.D.

Response from David Wohl, M.D.

University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Dear Craig-We do indeed need a new generation of antiretrovirals that are less toxic and maybe we are just starting to see this happen. But, I will tell you, I am a glass half full kind of guy. In my early HIV career I did research on CMV retinitis... Read more »

street drugs adverse side effects with hiv drugs.

Dr Bob,My Friends and I are going to palm springs in October,we are planning to take an ecstasy.We rarely take the drug and don't plan to make a habit of it.None of use are taking Protease Inhibitors; but all of us take Sustiva and viramune...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
Hi Guys,Hopefully you were at my talk on Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll the other night. We covered this topic in detail. I would be delighted to review that information with you but we are devoting this forum exclusively to issues of fatigue and... Read more »

street drugs - adverse side effects with hiv drugs

My Friends and I are going to palm springs in October, we are planning to take an ecstasy. We rarely take the drug and don't plan to make a habit of it. None of use are taking Protease Inhibitors; but all of us take Sustiva and viramune along...
Cal Cohen, M.D., M.S.

Response from Cal Cohen, M.D., M.S.

Harvard Medical School
Well, sorry to hear its been a bad year... and hope you have a good time. Without too much regret the next morning...As for drug interactions -- the expected interactions between either Sustiva or Viramune would be to decrease the level by some... Read more »
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HIV+ from drugs

Posted by Anonymous
seeking e pals to learn more about the HIV
stevey2ksmith@yahoo.com

based in San Francisco

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Kaiser making it difficult to get HIV drugs in OC

Posted by Drm, 1 Reply

I was just diagnosed with HIV and based on my income, qualify for ADAP the funded plan to help low income people with their medications. This program will assist with my co-pays. The doctor at Kaiser suggested I enroll in the program. After... Read more »

A Novel Class Of HIV Drugs - Some GOOD News!

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
http://www.msnbc.com/news/715890.asp

Clinical trials underway. Some are likely to be available THIS year. Some will be mass-produced within the next 1-2 years. More importantly, read on! So far, no side effects, easy regimen, great results!

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MORE GREAT NEWS: A NOVEL CLASS OF HIV DRUGS - 2002

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
http://www.msnbc.com/news/715890.asp

Clinical trials underway. Some are likely to be available THIS year. Some will be mass-produced within the next 1-2 years. More importantly, read on! So far, no side effects, easy regimen, great results!

Read more »