Published in AIDS Weekly, June 1st, 1998
"Our observations suggest that for selected patients with healed CMV retinitis who have immunologic and virologic evidence of a clinical response to HAART [highly active antiretroviral therapy], temporary discontinuation of chronic, CMV-suppressive therapy may not result in further retinal necrosis," wrote C. Tural and colleagues, University Hospital, Badalona, Spain ("Long-Lasting Remission of Cytomegalovirus Retinitis without Maintenance Therapy in Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Infected Patients," Journal of Infectious Diseases,...
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