Antioxidants in the Management of Human Immuodeficiency Virus Infection

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infection is a major scourge ravaging affected individuals and communities, particularly in third World countries. The management of this condition requires a more comprehensive approach that will relieve factors known to enhance faster disease progression and poor outcome. The objective of this review is to elaborate the biochemical importance of antioxidants in the termination of oxygen free radicals in HIV infection.


Ezimah-Nto Uloaku Akunueze, Obeagu Emmanuel Ifeanyi, Ezimah Chinyereugo Onyemobi, Nto Johnson and Ezimah Anthony Chijioke Uzoanya

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