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People with HIV are twice as like to suffer from Sudden Cardiac Death
People living with HIV have to take potent antiretroviral drugs to keep the virus under control, but a new study has shown that there is cause for concern around their risks for Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD), experts from the University of California believe. Autopsies on people living with HIV have found increased rates of scarring of the heart muscle called fibrosis, which could have caused SCD, researchers report in The New England Journal of Medicine. Unlike a heart attack, caused by an arterial blockage, SCD is associated with an “electrical malfunction” in the heart.
17 六月 2021 13:32
Improvements to liver after Hepatitis C cure could be impacted by HIV treatment choice
According to a report in the Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, people living with HIV who have been cured of Hepatitis C (HCV) will experience a greater reduction in liver stiffness if their HIV treatment regimen includes a non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase ...更多
17 六月 2021 11:23
"We weren't talking about HIV, we were talking about a cunning virus." The history of the summer gathering of children living with HIV in Russia
The sixth Summer meeting of children living with HIV was held from June 6th to 16th 2021 in Southern Russia. The meeting, attended by more than 70 people, including 36 young children and girls aged 11 to 20, parents and specialists, gathered to teach the ...更多
我的生活+在东欧和中亚地区组织的信息和教育活动 "U=U" （“无法检测到等于不可传播”，#UnqualsU，#НравноН）旨在传达一个信息，即HIV阳性者在病毒载量无法被检测到时，不能将病毒通过性行为传染给另一个人。 许多研究表明，在血清不一致的夫妇中，HIV阳性伴侣接受ARV治疗并保持无法检测到的病毒载量，则没有HIV性传播病例的发生。