Published in AIDS Weekly, April 17th, 2000
The study found that AIDS patients who were diagnosed because of so-called AIDS-defining illnesses, such as Kaposi's sarcoma, are most at risk for memory loss and other cognitive problems, including dementia.
The findings are important because the life-preserving treatment regimens taken by people with AIDS are very complex, and a person with memory or cognitive problems may not be able to follow those regimens.
"It is important...
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