Author | Jeffrey S. Stroup, PharmD

Articles

New Advances in Antiretroviral Therapy

April 13, 2009

It is estimated that approximately 33.2 million persons worldwide were living with HIV infection in 2007.1 With the development of effective antiretroviral treatment strategies, HIV infection has now become a manageable chronic disease.2 Despite advances in treatment, drug resistance, long-term adverse effects, and high adherence requirements represent ongoing challenges to durable viral suppression.

Case Report: Cytomegalovirus Encephalitis in an HIV-Seropositive Person

March 01, 2007

Case Report: Cytomegalovirus Encephalitis in an HIV-Seropositive Person