Published in AIDS Weekly, April 26th, 1999
The study team found the combined therapy produced an increase in lean-body mass and muscle strength, regardless of whether a patient was undergoing treatment with HIV anti-retroviral drugs known as protease inhibitors.
"This is an important point because weight gain after initiation of protease inhibitor therapy usually takes place through the accumulation of body fat, but our goal in patients with HIV related...
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