HIV treatment is associated with a two-fold higher probability of raised triglycerides: Pooled Analyses in 21 023 individuals in sub-Saharan Africa.

Ekoru, K; Young, EH; Dillon, DG; Gurdasani, D; Stehouwer, N; Faurholt-Jepsen, D; Levitt, NS; Crowther, NJ; Nyirenda, M; Njelekela, MA; +35 more... Ramaiya, K; Nyan, O; Adewole, OO; Anastos, K; Compostella, C; Dave, JA; Fourie, CM; Friis, H; Kruger, IM; Longenecker, CT; Maher, DP; Mutimura, E; Ndhlovu, CE; Praygod, G; Pefura Yone, EW; Pujades-Rodriguez, M; Range, N; Sani, MU; Sanusi, M; Schutte, AE; Sliwa, K; Tien, PC; Vorster, EH; Walsh, C; Gareta, D; Mashili, F; Sobngwi, E; Adebamowo, C; Kamali, A; Seeley, J; Smeeth, L; Pillay, D; Motala, AA; Kaleebu, P; Sandhu, MS; (2018) HIV treatment is associated with a two-fold higher probability of raised triglycerides: Pooled Analyses in 21 023 individuals in sub-Saharan Africa. Glob Health Epidemiol Genom, 3. ISSN 2054-4200 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/gheg.2018.7

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