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This finding comes from the global START study that in 2015 proved that starting HIV treatment early is preferable to delaying.
Being coinfected with hepatitis C and having a higher HIV viral load are also associated with such a risk according to a recent study.
Living with HIV—even when the virus is well treated—is linked with a higher risk of compromised lung health.
This remains the case even when HIV is well treated with antiretrovirals.
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.
A snapshot of the many possible whole health benefits of HIV therapy.
Born with HIV, he was in need of a double lung transplant.
Facebook has announced a plan to encourage its 161 million U.S. members to advertise their organ donor status in their profiles.
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Some good news regarding cancers: If antiretroviral therapy is able to maintain undetectable viral loads and higher CD4 cell counts, it may re...
People living with HIV are no more likely than their HIV-negative peers to experience age-related declines in physical functioning—a pro...
Some good news regarding cancers: If antiretroviral therapy is able to maintain higher CD4 cell counts, it may reduce the risk of various non-...
Middle-aged people living with HIV experience declines in pulmonary function comparable to those typically seen in elderly HIV-negative indivi...
Antiretroviral (ARV) therapy significantly decreases the risk of non-AIDS-related illnesses in people with CD4 counts below 350, according to...
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