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Lifetime trauma may speed progression of HIV, early death
Date:11/1/2007

ents occurred in most cases many years before the progression of the patients HIV. So its a more compelling argument for a causal effect of trauma, Leserman said. Trauma, most of it occurring two or more years before the study, seemed to continue to have a major impact on these patients.

Leserman hopes to study whether treating HIV patients for trauma results in better health outcomes. We need further study of trauma treatment in this population to find out if that attenuates some of the negative effects, she said.


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Contact: Les Lang
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919-843-9687
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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