A male asked:
What happens if an hiv person becomes resistant to haart therapy?
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General Practice 30 years experience
HIV Treatment: There are too many meds and too many different classes of drugs now for someone to simply be resistant to all haart. But in general a genotype and/or phenotype would be ordered to see what next step for a new cocktail would be.
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