Research identifies pathway connecting some ARV drugs with liver disease

[From Medical Xpress, January 31, 2019]

As a raft of new treatments for HIV infection have come on the market in the past 20 years, AIDS patients got access to drugs that allowed them to live longer.

“These drugs are miracles,” said Dr. Richard N. Greenberg, an infectious disease specialist at the University of Kentucky. “Before the advent of anti-retroviral drugs, HIV infection was a death sentence. Now, taken properly, the life span of a person with an HIV infection is practically normal.””

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