Life expectancy of recently diagnosed asymptomatic HIV-infected patients approaches that of uninfected individuals

@article{Sighem2010LifeEO,
  title={Life expectancy of recently diagnosed asymptomatic HIV-infected patients approaches that of uninfected individuals},
  author={A. V. van Sighem and L. Gras and P. Reiss and K. Brinkman and F. de Wolf},
  journal={AIDS},
  year={2010},
  volume={24},
  pages={1527–1535}
}
Objective:To compare life expectancies between recently diagnosed HIV-infected patients and age and sex-matched uninfected individuals from the general population. Design:National observational HIV cohort in the Netherlands. Methods:Four thousand, six hundred and twelve patients diagnosed with HIV between 1998 and 2007 and still antiretroviral therapy-naive as of 24 weeks after diagnosis were selected. Progression to death compared to the age and sex-matched general population was studied with… Expand

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