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Some studies suggest aspirin therapy may also help lower the risk of colorectal cancer.
A recent study finds that people with HIV receive insufficient attention to cardiovascular risk.
Having HIV was associated with a lower rate of statin prescriptions among those with an indication for these drugs in a recent study.
Study finds people who took daily aspirin had a lower risk of NASH and advanced liver scarring.
Aspirin is an effective pain reliever, but taking it comes with potential risks as well as benefits.
The study also found that compared with HIV-negative people with heart risks, those with HIV were prescribed aspirin at a lower rate.
Truvada as pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) against HIV has comparable safety to aspirin, at least for the short- and medium-term.
People with HIV treated at a major university are less likely to receive medications to support heart health than those who do not have HIV.
Aspirin. It’s inexpensive, widely available and may reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes among people living with HIV, but it’s not be...
Most HIV-positive people who should be taking aspirin to prevent a heart attack or stroke are not doing so.
Daily aspirin could help reduce risk of complications associated with blood clots, immune activation and inflammation in people with HIV.
An ordinary household drug might help prevent cervical cancer in women living with HIV and HPV (human papillomavirus, a primary cause of the c...
Might an aspirin a day help keep cervical cancer away? Though there aren’t yet any studies indicating it will, researchers have uncovered a bi...
Fewer than 10 percent of people with HIV who should take aspirin to prevent a heart attack actually take the medication.
HIV-positive people are aging faster than those not infected HIV, possibly due to the body’s hyperactive response to the virus.
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