The new antiretroviral `cocktails': Is the stage set for HIV-positive women to benefit?

Walmsley, Sharon
February 1998
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;02/10/98, Vol. 158 Issue 3, p339
Academic Journal
Editorial. Discusses the needs of HIV-positive women and how they can benefit from drug cocktails. The combination antiretroviral therapy to be initiated before major immunologic destruction occurs; The challenges of informing the patient and promoting compliance; Reference to a study by Kirkham and Lobb in same issue.


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