HIV as a model to study effect of chronic inflammation on CV risk3' education - Mar. 16, 2017 - VBWG ACC 2017
VBWG ACC 2017 HIV-infected persons have increased CV risk. Even when HIV is adequately suppressed, chronic inflammation persists. Studying this condition can give insights in how to reduce CV risk and possibly HIV infection in these individuals.
This video was recorded after the Vascular Biology Working Group Meeting at ACC 2017, in Washington, DC, USA.
PACE-cme did not receive financial support for the production of this video.