Published in AIDS Weekly, June 8th, 1998
Zidovudine has been shown to decrease the number of cases of AIDS dementia complex. Now, in a new study, Dr. Norbert Foudraine and colleagues from The Netherlands investigated how well two combinations of drugs - lamivudine and stavudine, or lamivudine and zidovudine - penetrated the cerebrospinal fluid, in which the RNA replicates, and how the drugs affected the numbers of copies of RNA present. They presented their work in the Lancet (May 23,...
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