Taming HIV-related inflammation with physical activity: a matter of timing.

@article{dEttorre2014TamingHI,
  title={Taming HIV-related inflammation with physical activity: a matter of timing.},
  author={Gabriella d'Ettorre and Giancarlo Ceccarelli and Noemi Giustini and Claudio Maria Mastroianni and Guido Silvestri and Vincenzo Vullo},
  journal={AIDS research and human retroviruses},
  year={2014},
  volume={30 10},
  pages={936-44}
}
Many sets of data indicate that HIV-infected individuals maintain a low level of chronic immune activation and inflammation even in the presence of effective antiretroviral therapy (ART). This residual immune activation seems to be associated with accelerated aging and an increased incidence of non-AIDS-defining illnesses. Several published studies suggest that physical activity is a beneficial nonpharmacological intervention to reduce chronic inflammation. However, currently available data on… CONTINUE READING

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