Long-term study backs early HIV drugs for children

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Starting antiretroviral drug therapy at birth seems to control the development of the HIV virus in children better than testing and waiting until the levels reach a pre-determined threshold. It also allows the child to take breaks from the toxic mix of drugs. ViaBusiness Recorder.

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