AIDS drug improvements restored years of life, study finds

06/22/2006 | HealthDay News

The calculations indicate a continuing succession of AIDS drugs over the past 17 years have added 3 million years to the lives of HIV-positive Americans while preventing infections in some 2,900 infants. The U.S. study says the latest version of AIDS drugs will add an estimated 13.3 years to the life of each HIV-positive person who opts to take them.

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