In HIV-infected individuals metabolic alterations are more prevalent and some antiretroviral drugs may favour type 2 diabetes (T2D). HCV and CMV infections have been associated with T2D in the HIV-negative population. It is not clear whether HCV replication or other factor associated with HCV-antibody + status play a role in determing T2D. We investigated whether HCV and CMV co-infections were associated with incident and prevalent T2D in HIV+ patients from the ICONA cohort

Active HCV replication is associated with incident and prevalent type 2 diabetes in persons living with HIV / Guaraldi, Giovanni. - In: ANTIVIRAL THERAPY. - ISSN 1359-6535. - STAMPA. - 20:(2015), pp. 3-3. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 17th International Workshop on Co-morbidities and Adverse Drug Reactions in HIV tenutosi a Barcellona, Spagna nel 20-22 ottobre 2015.

Active HCV replication is associated with incident and prevalent type 2 diabetes in persons living with HIV.

GUARALDI, Giovanni
2015

Abstract

In HIV-infected individuals metabolic alterations are more prevalent and some antiretroviral drugs may favour type 2 diabetes (T2D). HCV and CMV infections have been associated with T2D in the HIV-negative population. It is not clear whether HCV replication or other factor associated with HCV-antibody + status play a role in determing T2D. We investigated whether HCV and CMV co-infections were associated with incident and prevalent T2D in HIV+ patients from the ICONA cohort
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Active HCV replication is associated with incident and prevalent type 2 diabetes in persons living with HIV / Guaraldi, Giovanni. - In: ANTIVIRAL THERAPY. - ISSN 1359-6535. - STAMPA. - 20:(2015), pp. 3-3. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 17th International Workshop on Co-morbidities and Adverse Drug Reactions in HIV tenutosi a Barcellona, Spagna nel 20-22 ottobre 2015.
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