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Sex Differences in HIV Infection.

Biological sex has wide-ranging impacts on HIV infection spanning differences in acquisition risk, the pathogenesis of untreated infection, impact of chronic treated disease and prospects for HIV eradication or functional cure. This chapter summarizes the scope of these differences and discusses several features of the immune response thought to contribute to the clinical outcomes.

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