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Meds, Mind, Body & Benefits => Research News & Studies => Topic started by: James123 on June 24, 2006, 11:24:53 am

Title: Study concludes that interleukin-2 has no benefit before HIV Rx interruption
Post by: James123 on June 24, 2006, 11:24:53 am
Injections of interleukin-2 (Proleukin) do not allow patients to remain off HIV treatment for longer, according to the final results of a randomised controlled trial. Interleukin-2 also had no effects on patients’ viral loads during treatment interruptions. The study’s results were published in the June edition of The Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Diseases.


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Title: Re: Study concludes that interleukin-2 has no benefit before HIV Rx interruption
Post by: Jake72 on June 25, 2006, 07:55:39 am
Thanks for the update, James.

Alll I can say is 'Well, that sucks...'
Title: Re: Study concludes that interleukin-2 has no benefit before HIV Rx interruption
Post by: Steven on June 25, 2006, 12:17:24 pm
If I remember correctly there was a member who was on this out in California.
I remember him posting once that his T's were near 2000.  I just do not believe there is any magic cure to increase your T-Cells and maintain them for an extended period of time.  >:(