4 edition of Advances in chemotherapy of AIDS found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Robert B. Diasio, Jean-Pierre Sommadossi.|
|Contributions||Diasio, Robert B., Sommadossi, Jean-Pierre., Advances in Chemotherapy of AIDS Symposium (1st : 1988 : University of Alabama at Birmingham)|
|LC Classifications||RC607.A26 A343 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||89071127|
Approximately 30 percent of all Americans will develop cancer in their lifetimes. Although two-thirds will eventually die as a result, many will live with cancer for years beforehand. For this reason, researchers not only seek medicines to prevent and cure the disease but also drugs to make life more comfortable for people with cancer. To better understand potential DDIs and chemotherapy tolerability, the AIDS Malignancy Consortium, a National Cancer Institute–sponsored cooperative group, launched in a series of prospective clinical studies of new targeted chemotherapy agents in HIV-infected patients with .
Get this from a library! Understanding AIDS: advances in research and treatment. [Seth C Kalichman] -- This text provides information on the medical, social and psychological aspects of HIV-AIDS. Seth Kalichman explains the advances in research on and discusses treatments for HIV infection, also. The discussion of polyoxometalates in anti-HIV chemotherapy includes brief historical background of this rapidly developing area followed by an evaluation of the effectiveness of polyoxometalates as anti-HIV agents. C. M. Prosser-McCartha, R. B. Brown, R. F. Schinazi, and J.-P. Sommadossi: Advances in Chemotherapy of AIDS, Buy this book. Antiretroviral therapy, or ART, is a safe and proven way to treat doctor will want you to start right away -- usually the same day you’re diagnosed. This is called rapid-start ART.
One of the few aspects of HIV infection for which there is universal agreement is that patients with advanced HIV disease, such as those with a history of opportunistic diseases or severe immunological impairment . Chemotherapy of hiv 1. Chemotherapy of Presenter: Dr. Roohana Hasan Moderator: Dr. Ali Ahmad 2. Overview Introduction Epidemiology HIV Structure Pathogenesis Clinical stages Diagnosis Treatment Current Management HIV and TB Co-Infection Prevention of Mother to child Transmission of HIV Post Exposure Prophylaxis Recent Advances. This study will investigate the use of chemotherapy plus highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) in patients with AIDS-related primary brain lymphoma. None of the drugs used in this study are experimental, but chemotherapy plus HAART has not been established as a standard treatment in patients with AIDS.
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