Aggressive HIV-1?

Retrovirology
B BerkhoutLia van der Hoek

Abstract

New York City health officials announced on February 11, 2005 that a patient rapidly developed full-blown AIDS shortly after being diagnosed with a rare, drug-resistant strain of HIV-1. The New York City Department of Health issued an alert to all hospitals and doctors and a press conference was held to announce the emergence of an aggressive HIV-1 strain that may be difficult to treat and that appears to trigger rapid progression to AIDS. Is the panic justified?

References

Aug 9, 2002·The New England Journal of Medicine·Susan J LittleDouglas D Richman
Jul 9, 2004·AIDS·Daniela BezemerNicole K T Back

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