Digging deeper at the resistance workshop

Mark Mascolini

This article explores key clinical findings from the XI International HIV Drug Resistance Workshop, held on 2-5 July, 2002, in Seville, Spain.

Topics considered include new treatment implications of resistance research, evolution of resistance during continuing therapy and treatment interruptions, the relative merits of genotyping, phenotyping, and the Virtual Phenotype, resistance profiles of new drugs, and resistance in people infected with subtypes C or A.

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