HIV drug combo boosts patient's immune marker, study finds

07/18/2007 | Yahoo!

A U.K. study shows HIV patients who respond to combination drug treatments also have improved immune health. The study sheds some light on why antiretroviral drugs help some people boost and maintain their CD4 immune cells while other see slower or no improvement.

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