In May of 1995, as new cases of HIV and AIDS were being reported daily, and as more and more people were dying from the disease, researchers and drug companies were frantically looking for an AIDS cure, or at least a way to reduce the amount of HIV found in the body. The goal was to slow down or reduce the amount of damage to the immune system.
One of the drugs being tested at that time was called “3TC.”
Robb returned to Genesis Medical Center, where Dr. Katz was helping to sign him up for a drug trial with 3TC.
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