Innovative research finds HIV patients at higher risk for blood clots
from University of Kentucky via Medical Xpress
Decades of research and treatment advances have helped extend the lives of many people living with HIV, but while these patients live longer, their risk of developing dangerous blood clots increases as much as tenfold. Blood clots — also known as thrombi — can wreak havoc on the body, causing events such as debilitating strokes and heart attacks.
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