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Weekend retreat

Potent drugs revolutionized AIDS treatment but can make patients miserable. Now, doctors are seeing what happens when they let patients take some time off the drugs.

By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / October 17, 2005

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A potent drug cocktail saved Chuck Lacombe's life, arresting the AIDS virus and allowing his ravaged immune system to rebound. (Full article: 1290 words)

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