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HIV Patients Found To Be Resistant to Old & New Drugs

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News video: HIV Patients Found To Be Resistant to Old & New DrugsOn Thursday, researchers report, that a significant number of people with HIV have strains of the AIDS-causing virus that are resistant to both older and newer drugs. Researchers looked at 712 HIV patients worldwide, whose infection was not controlled by antiretroviral drugs. They found that 16 percent of the patients whose infection was resistant to modern drugs, had HIV mutations linked with resistance to older drugs called thymidine analogues.

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