Poor immunological recovery among severely immunosuppressed antiretroviral therapy-naïve Ugandans
Mukonzo, Jackson K .
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With access to antiretroviral therapy (ART) expanding in resource-limited settings, assessing factors related to clinical, immunological, and virological outcomes of ART is of great importance. Even though ART is loosely referred to as a lifelong treatment, clinical, immunological and virological outcome measures differ among patients on highly active ART (HAART), with differences reported within and across cohorts.1–6 Mortality is among the ART-outcome variables that have been studied extensively, and rates of up to 30% have been reported during the first year of treatment in some sub-Saharan settings
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