Published in Vaccine Weekly, December 15th, 1997
Just over a year ago, the community was euphoric over news that a triple cocktail of AIDS drugs - the old standby AZT, plus a similar drug and one of a then-new class of drugs called protease inhibitors - could knock the virus into apparent submission.
Now it is clear the virus has not been vanquished, even when a fourth new drug is added to the mix.
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