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The facts about the risks and benefits of drinking coffee.
Taking care of your whole health is just as important as taking care of your HIV.
A large study has found higher rates of numerous cancers among people living with HIV, when compared with the HIV-negative population.
HIV-positive people have a higher risk of certain cancers than other people. Here are ways to help improve your chances of avoiding cancer.
Relying solely on a liver biopsy to diagnose cirrhosis among people with hepatitis C likely misses three in four cases of the advanced stage o...
Hepatitis C virus doesn’t significantly impact the risk of death unless it occurs along with other severe diseases.
Those coinfected with HIV and genotype 3 of hepatitis C responded about
the same to interferon and ribavirin as those with only hep C in a...
Women living with hepatitis C are more inclined to have liver stiffness if they have larger waistlines.
Spontaneous clearance of acute hepatitis C is more likely to occur among women, those with the IL28B virus genotype and those who have genotyp...
The HIV antiretroviral Viread is highly effective in combating both HIV and hepatitis B among those coinfected with both viruses.
The rates of liver cancer in the United States more than doubled between 1990 and 2010 while deaths resulting from cirrhosis jumped 43 percent...
Non-AIDS-related conditions, like liver, kidney and cardiovascular, are a significant cause of sickness and death among people with HIV.
HIV and Hepatitis Coinfection Raises Cognitive Impairment Risk for Men
People coinfected with HIV and hepatitis C virus experience high hepatitis cure rates from an Incivek (telaprevir)?based triple combination th...
Nearly half of all HIV-positive people who both take antiretrovirals and drink alcohol report skipping or stopping their meds while...
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