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Poor adherence and the subsequent development of drug resistance is one reason why HIV treatment can fail. A drug-resistant HIV strain is one which is less susceptible to the effects of one or more anti-HIV drugs.

WHO unveils plan to tackle rising HIV drug resistance in Africa

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World Health Organization
9 December 2019

Top 10 HIV Clinical Developments of 2019

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TheBodyPro
27 November 2019

Alarming surge in drug-resistant HIV uncovered

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Nature
3 August 2019

EMA panel recommends ibalizumab for multidrug-resistant HIV-1

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Medscape (requires free registration)
30 July 2019

Genotype Testing at HIV Diagnosis Provides No Benefit

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Infectious Disease Advisor
25 June 2019

Resistance to second-line ARTs increasing in South Africa

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Medical Brief
14 December 2018

Low CD4 count in patients with HIV prolongs influenza viral shedding

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Healio itj+ (requires free registration)
11 June 2018