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Studies show that hepatitis C can cause mild cognitive decline and memory problems in some people.
A look at the most notable HIV-related studies presented at the 2017 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections in Seattle.
However, in a recent small study, hepatitis C treatment was not associated with an improvement in cognitive impairment in this population.
The ongoing study includes those with and without HIV, which is associated with declining cognitive function.
Researchers believe they have crossed hepatitis C off the list of factors that contribute to cognitive decline among HIV-positive people.
Despite scientific uncertainties, there are ways to improve your cognitive outlook.
Aging and inflammation have become familiar words in the HIV lexicon, up there with terms like CD4 cells, viral load and antiretrovirals.
In honor of World AIDS Day, AIDSmeds highlights the year’s top treatment stories.
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