Published in AIDS Weekly, April 17th, 2000
"Sensory neuropathy is a common adverse effect of the nucleoside analogue antiretroviral drugs didanosine and stavudine," according to R.D. Moore and other scientists who reported their findings in the journal AIDS.
They performed a comparative study of the incidence of sensory neuropathy using the two drugs in combination with hydroxyurea, alone with hydroxyurea, and in monotherapy.
"Cox proportional hazard regression was used to...
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