Published in AIDS Weekly, March 26th, 2001
S. Czub and colleagues at the University of Wurzburg explained that HIV "at late stages of the disease is accompanied by neurological complications, including motor, behavioral, and cognitive impairment."
After finding dopamine deficits in the brains of monkeys infected with the simian version of HIV (SIV), Czub et al. studied the benefits of drugs that replenish dopamine supplies. However, they made the alarming discovery that such drugs only make matters worse.
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