Dr. Christine Katlama, from the Service of Infectious and Tropical Diseases of the Hôpital de la Pitié-Salpétrière of Paris, gave the tenth lecture of the Esteve Foundation, held at the Royal Academy of Pharmacy on September 14, 1993 under the title Possibilities of AIDS treatment today. Dr. Katlama’s studies in the field of AIDS are primarily focused on the clinical aspects of the disease. She has published extensively on the effect of toxicoplasmosis and cytomegalovirus infection on AIDS evolution. New forms of treatment, like retroviral protease inhibitors, were also presented.