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New HIV Treatment Guidelines, and the End of an Era

April 13, 2015

New HIV Treatment Guidelines, and the End of an Era

Dr. Paul Sax points out the major changes in the 288 pages of the new DHHS HIV treatment recommendations in HIV and ID Observations.

In HIV and ID Observations, Dr. Paul Sax summarizes the major changes in new Department of Health and Human Services HIV treatment guidelines. The updates include a more focused list of “Recommended regimens” and the demotion of efavirenz-based treatments from “Recommended” to “Alternative.”

Reader Comments (3)

AMUTHAVENI SENGOTTAIYAN MBBS MD MICROBIOLOGY Physician, Infectious Disease, chennai

its helpful in updating the newer recommendations

JUAN Physician, Internal Medicine, resident

gracias por la información

Johann Van Zyl Other Healthcare Professional, Pharmacology/Pharmacy, Division of Clinical Pharmacology, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, Stellenbosch University

Guidelines are important in correct tutoring of medical students

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