Hepatitis C virus cure does not impact kidney function decline in HIV co-infected patients.

Abstract

OBJECTIVE To examine the impact of sustained virologic response (SVR) and illicit (injection and non-injection) drug use on kidney function among hepatitis C virus (HCV) and HIV co-infected individuals. DESIGN Longitudinal observational cohort study of HCV-HIV co-infected patients. METHODS Data from 1,631 patients enrolled in the Canadian Co-Infection… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/QAD.0000000000001750

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@article{Rossi2018HepatitisCV, title={Hepatitis C virus cure does not impact kidney function decline in HIV co-infected patients.}, author={C. C. R. S. Rossi and Sahar Saeed and Joseph Cox and M L Vachon and Val{\'e}rie Martel-Laferri{\`e}re and Sharon Lynn Walmsley and Curtis Cooper and M John Gill and M. T. Hull and Erica E M Moodie and Marina B Klein}, journal={AIDS}, year={2018} }