Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, September 8th, 1997
"Until , all we did was get people on disability," said Karl Ezkovich, NO AIDS Task Force. "We now are counseling people on how to get back into the job market."
A 35-year-old man was diagnosed with HIV in 1991 and retired immediately. "I pretty much did the best I could do as far as trying to keep my health in order and getting my weight back up," said the former restaurant manager.
He added a new protein disease inhibitor drug to his regimen in May 1997 and...
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