Month: November 2012

HIV, Active HCV, Low Income Tied to Shorter Telomeres, a Cellular Aging Marker

From Natap.org HIV, Active HCV, Low Income Tied to Shorter Telomeres, a Cellular Aging Marker3rd International Workshop on HIV and Aging, November 5-6, 2012, Baltimore Mark Mascolini HIV infection, active HCV infection, and income below $15,000 a year independently predicted shorter telomere length in a study of 229 HIV-positive people and 166 HIV-negative people in …

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