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A large analysis of Austrian people living with HIV suggests that high CD4 counts are no protection against heart disease.
Excess deaths by population were three to four times higher among Black and American Indian men and women.
Despite effective treatment, Black women continue to bear the brunt of HIV mortality.
The findings underscore the need for policies to expand vaccine administration, especially for low-income and minority populations.
A new study suggests that many deaths among HIV-positive people may be misclassified.
It can take a few weeks before declines in hospitalizations and deaths follow a drop in new COVID-19 cases.
“Some people who are experiencing COVID-19 are more susceptible due to the impacts of air pollution."
Coinfection with all three viruses ramped up mortality risk nine times compared with having none of the viruses.
Some groups, however, including Black and Latino men and homeless people, are not faring as well as others.
The Impact of Hurricane Maria on HIV
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Hepatitis B virus infection raises the risk of death by 75 percent for those who are also coinfected with hepatitis C virus and HIV.
Non-AIDS-related conditions, like liver, kidney and cardiovascular, are a significant cause of sickness and death among people with HIV.
A large study has found that smokers with well-controlled HIV lose far more years of life expectancy to cigarettes than to the virus.
Spanish researchers have sounded the alarm that rates of liver cancer are rising dramatically among people with HIV, solely as a result of vir...
New study has shown there is significantly higher risk of death for those who start antiretroviral therapy with a CD4 count below 500.
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