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PURPOSE OF REVIEW: This review sets out to overview treatment interruption in chronic HIV-1 infection: what treatment interruption promised, results from recent trials, and what the future holds. RECENT FINDINGS: Recent studies have produced mixed results; several trials have been prematurely halted, whereas others have reported more positive outcomes. One consistent finding has been the identification of the CD4 T-cell count nadir as a critical parameter in determining the outcome of treatment interruption. SUMMARY: The use of treatment interruption is still controversial, but it is becoming clear that certain individuals could benefit, and partial treatment interruption strategies warrant further investigation.

Original publication

DOI

10.1097/COH.0b013e3280119307

Type

Journal article

Journal

Curr Opin HIV AIDS

Publication Date

01/2007

Volume

2

Pages

26 - 30