A Perspective Of The History Of HAART
D. Konopnicki, N. Clumeck
Published 2004 · Medicine
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The history of HIV treatment is characterised by a rapid development. In 1987, 6 years after the discovery of AIDS, the US Food and Drug administration approved the first drug against HIV. Since then three different classes of antiretroviral drugs including 16 drugs are currently available, others have reached phase III studies and immunotherapy and vaccines are in development.
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