Posts Tagged ‘history of medicine’

I’ve noted before that it’s remarkable how quickly medicine can progress. Most of the therapeutics I learned in pharmacy school is now obsolete. When I started practicing, HIV was treated with only three drugs: AZT, ddI, and ddC. They were modestly effective, and the disease was invariably fatal. Today, the management of HIV has been […]


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