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linda bareham 95Effect of frequent dose reductions on CD4 T-cell counts in a patient with HIV infection: a case study. A 36-year-old male with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, treated with a protease inhibitor, developed chronic renal failure after 9 weeks of therapy. After discontinuation of the protease inhibitor and substitution with zidovudine plus didanosine, severe anemia and renal impairment developed. The anemia resolved and the renal function normalised in response to the three weekly dose reductions of the protease inhibitor. The repeat CD4 T-cell count, 12 weeks after the patient was readmitted and stabilized on a dosing schedule of a multidrug regimen, showed only a gradual improvement. It is suggested that the slow recovery of the CD4 T-cell count could have been due to persistent viral activity and multiple dose reductions in a patient with a relatively late presentation of disease.1. Field of the Invention The invention relates to an optical recording medium and a manufacturing method thereof, and more particularly to an optical recording medium having a wobble period and a manufacturing method thereof. 2. Description of Related Art Data are usually stored and read back into a read only memory (ROM) or a read only (RO) type optical disc, such as a compact disc read only memory (CD-ROM), a digital versatile disc read only memory (DVD-ROM), and the like. Compared to an erasable type optical disc, such as a write once read many (WORM) type optical disc and a re-writable type optical disc, a read only type optical disc has significant advantages in convenience and cost. Thus, the read only type optical disc has become the mainstream of the optical disc industry. However, as the cost of the optical disc, especially, the optical disc with large storage capacity, such as a DVD-ROM and the like, gradually decreases, the read only type optical discs have little competition in the market. Moreover, due to the data structure being read back from the optical disc, the storage capacity of an optical disc system may be limited by the data structure. Thus, the read only type optical disc may be applied to specific uses and small storage capacity. For an optical disc with large storage capacity, such as a DVD-ROM or the like, a user may want to write additional data, such as text, picture, or the like, into the optical disc using a write-once type or a






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