Health Rewind: Chris Kelly Died of a Drug Overdose

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New HIV Treatment Guidelines Handed Down

The World Health Organization (WHO) wants for people living with HIV/AIDS to start treatment earlier instead of waiting until they are sicker. The group says antiretrovirals should be started as soon as someone's CD4 levels drop below 500, not 350, reported the New York Times.

 


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