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Sexually transmitted infections in people with multidrug-resistant HIV.

AIDS 2023 December 2
Retrospective, cohort analysis including people with four-class drug-resistant HIV. Bacterial sexually transmitted infections (STIs) had an incidence of 1.3/100-person-years-of-follow-up (PYFU) in men (3.5/100-PYFU in MSM) whereas no STIs were diagnosed in women. The occurrence of STIs in this fragile population might be related to the achievement of good HIV infection control; however, given the remaining risk of virological failure and possible transmission of a multidrug-resistant virus, STI prevention counselling and HIV viremia monitoring should be prioritized.

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