Published in AIDS Weekly, December 22nd, 1997
Most patients able to comply with HAART regimens see their plasma HIV loads drop to undetectable levels. It had been hoped that this meant HIV replication had been halted by the powerful combination of drugs that deliver a one-two punch to the replication machinery of the virus.
With replication halted, mathematical formulae show that the virus could be eliminated within 2.3 to 3.1 years (Perelson, A.S. et al., Nature, 1997;387:188-91).
The first evidence that...
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