Published in Blood Weekly, October 28th, 1996
Interferon-gamma or interleukin-12 may be especially useful in modulating HIV disease pathogenesis by exerting anti-type 2 effects, they added. Dr. G. Kaplanski and colleagues, Hopital Sainte-Marguerite, Marseille, France, described an HIV positive patient with leishmaniasis diagnosed by liver biopsy, in a letter in a recent issue of AIDS (AIDS 1996;10:1172-1173).
Two course of N-methyl glucamine failed to eliminate the parasite. A third administered with interferon-gamma was successful. They observed...
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