Published in AIDS Weekly, June 10th, 1996
Finkelstein examined the pattern of opportunistic infections in a cohort of more than 1,500 HIV positive patients who received antiretroviral monotherapy (JAIDS & Human Retroviruses 1996;12:38-45). The subjects were enrolled in one of two AIDS Clinical Trials group anti-retroviral studies.
Over a median observation period of 65 weeks, she found that 36.1 percent of the patients developed one or more opportunistic infections. Pneumocystis carinii...
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