Shannon H Williams

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Treatment of HIV-1-infected individuals is often complicated by the development of antiretroviral resistance, and novel antiretroviral agents with unique mechanisms of action and resistance profiles are needed to address this issue. CCR5 inhibitors represent a new class of antiretroviral agents that block the CCR5 receptor and prevent HIV-1 recognition and(More)
Data collected over winter 2009 by five World Health Organisation National Influenza Centres in the southern hemisphere were used to examine the circulation of pandemic and seasonal influenza A strains during the first pandemic wave in the southern hemisphere.There is compelling evidence that the pandemic influenza A(H1N1) 2009 virus significantly displaced(More)
Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection affects over 170 million people worldwide and is the most common blood-borne infection in the United States. Standard treatment with peginterferon alfa-ribavirin results in low sustained virologic response (SVR) rates in many patients, especially those who are African-American, are coinfected with human immunodeficiency(More)
Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection affects millions of people worldwide; however, standard therapy with peginterferon and ribavirin has resulted in suboptimal responses. Thus, new anti-HCV drugs with novel mechanisms of action are being studied. In particular, new drugs are being developed that target the NS3/4A protease complex. We evaluated the literature(More)
When drug therapy is necessary and cannot be avoided during a pregnancy, the decision of what drug therapy is best may be difficult for the health care provider because the vast majority of drugs are classified as Pregnancy Category C. This classification indicates that information regarding the risk to the fetus is unknown. For ethical reasons, pregnant(More)
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