Racial differences in attitudes toward protease inhibitors among older HIV-infected men.

@article{Siegel2000RacialDI,
  title={Racial differences in attitudes toward protease inhibitors among older HIV-infected men.},
  author={Karolynn Siegel and Daniel G Karus and Eric W Schrimshaw},
  journal={AIDS care},
  year={2000},
  volume={12 4},
  pages={423-34}
}
Recent advances in the treatment of HIV infection, particularly those associated with the advent of a new class of medications--protease inhibitors (PIs)--have focused interest on the problem of medication non-adherence. Earlier research on antivirals suggests that patient attitudes toward a medication or treatment play an important role in influencing its use. Attitudes toward PIs were explored using data from a study of late middle-aged and older adults (ages 50-67) living with HIV/AIDS (N… CONTINUE READING

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