HIV dementia persists, but now it's a chronic disease.

  • Published 2002 in AIDS alert

Abstract

Highly active antiretroviral therapy has not eliminated HIV dementia, but it has changed the problem from one that strikes with severity and quickly leads to death to a process of slow, chronic cognitive decline, according to new research. 'What's been observed is there appears to be less of the old AIDS dementia, at least among patients with access to the… (More)

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