Scientists say new drugs developed to treat drug-resistant HIV

Scientists writing in the British Medical Journal say they are on the verge of a breakthrough in treating HIV patients, based on work so far with three new drugs. The lead investigators said they expect a "remarkable transformation" in treating drug-resistant forms of HIV within the year, although the drugs are not expected to end drug resistance.

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