HIV patients developing resistance to all classes of antiretrovirals

08/5/2005 | BMJ (London)

A U.K. health official reported strains of HIV are developing resistance to all three classes of antiretroviral drugs and the problem is getting worse. The head of the Centre of Infections said 20% of people diagnosed with HIV are now resistant to at least one of the drugs commonly used to treat the disease, and one in 25 people with HIV are resistant to all three classes.

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