Published in AIDS Weekly, May 22nd, 1995
Recent World Health Organization (WHO) recommendations emphasize the importance of linking drug-resistance information with clinical information to distinguish between initial and acquired resistance and between HIV-positive and HIV-negative patients.
The WHO report emphasized that acquired resistance should be measured in those known to have drug-sensitive bacilli at the start of treatment. The distinction is rarely made between acquired resistance in those known to have...
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