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Combination Drug Therapy for AIDS
Examines 1996 research & optimistic results of tests using multi-drug approaches. Includes a table.
# 12253 | 2,250 words | 7 sources | 1996 | US
Published on Jun 21, 2003 in Medical and Health (Drugs)


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"COMBINATION DRUG THERAPY FOR AIDS--MORE HOPE AT MID-1996
Introduction
Encouraging results for yet more drugs for AIDS patients were announced at the 11th International Conference on AIDS, held July 7-11, 1996, in Vancouver, British Columbia. Because the data are so new, only popular press reports of the research protocols, findings, and prognostications are yet available; such sources are reviewed here.
While optimism is broadly expressed, it is not universal. And three weeks after enthusiastic chronicling of this multiple drug therapy (Gorman(a)), Time magazine moved on to peddle hope for AIDS patients in just as strident terms through placental blood transfusions (Gorman(b)). Clearly, multiple drug therapy is one in a continuing eruption of medical developments, all of.."

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