November 2009
Reactions Weekly;11/14/2009, Issue 1278, p25
Case Study
The article describes the cases of two men with HIV infection who developed insomnia when raltegravir was substituted into their stable antiretroviral therapy. In the first case, the insomnia resolved when all antiretroviral therapy was stopped. The second patient's insomnia resolved immediately after the drug was withdrawn.


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