Published in AIDS Weekly, September 30th, 2002
Data were collected both prior to and after September 11 from 68 men in New York City. The mean number of missed doses of protease inhibitors increased from 2.67 2 weeks prior to September 11 to 5.07 in the 2 weeks following the attacks.
Investigators also found that participants who did not miss their medications were more likely to take their medication not within the prescribed window period after September 11 than they were before. The...
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