HIV Linked to Higher Chance of Heart Attack, University of Pittsburgh Study
3/6/2013 7:19:21 AM
People with HIV are almost 50 percent more likely to have a heart attack than those who aren't infected with the virus - even after taking into account their other health risks, according to a new study. Researchers aren't sure what explains the higher heart attack rate in HIV-positive people, but they speculate it's a combination of the effects of HIV itself and the antiretroviral drugs used to treat it.
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