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Two experts describe how they would manage our latest Antiretroviral Rounds case.
An HIV-infected patient who has discontinued antiretroviral therapy (ART) needs to restart treatment, but the choice of regimen is complicated by a history of hyperlipidemia on ART, severe adverse drug reactions, and antiviral resistance. What would you do?
An HIV/HCV-coinfected patient who had only a partial response and treatment-limiting adverse effects with prior peginterferon/ribavirin therapy is interested in the new HCV treatment options. Would you recommend them?
How do you manage a potential change in HIV treatment when the patient's problem list also includes HCV infection, cirrhosis, obesity, diabetes, substance abuse, and depression?
A young man who repeatedly engages in high-risk sexual activity with other men requests pre-exposure prophylaxis to prevent HIV infection. Do you oblige?
An HIV-infected woman who has struggled with medication adherence is about to undergo renal transplantation and is ready to give antiretroviral therapy another try. Two experts describe how they would manage her care.
An HIV-infected woman who has struggled with medication adherence is about to undergo renal transplantation and is ready give antiretroviral therapy another try. What would you prescribe?
Find out how our latest Antiretroviral Rounds case was actually managed.