Adult anti-AIDS drugs also effective in newborns

06/10/2004 | Reuters

Using data from the U.S. and Puerto Rico, researchers found the combination of HIV drugs given to infected adults also can help infants at a time in their lives when the HIV virus is more aggressive than in adults. The study found that babies starting the combination treatment prior to three months old were twice as likely to have low virus readings after nearly four years than babies whose treatment began later.

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