Published in Mental Health Law Weekly, October 30th, 2004
A team of American and Australian researchers reported that the use of certain anti-HIV drugs, called dideoxynucleosides, is highly correlated with a condition called sensory neuropathy, in which patients experience constant pain, and abnormal sensations including numbness and sensitivity, in the feet and legs. In a separate presentation, the same investigators showed that simple punch skin biopsies are an effective way of...
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