High Residual Inflammation Despite HIV Viral Suppression: Lessons Learned from Real-Time Adherence Monitoring Among People with HIV in Africa.
The META study was funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (OPP1056051).
Lower antiretroviral therapy (ART) adherence is associated with higher systemic inflammation in virally suppressed people with HIV (PWH); however, previous studies have mostly relied on subjective adherence measures and have not assessed this association by disease stage upon ART initiation.
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Castillo‐Mancilla, J. R., Musinguzi, N., Asiimwe, S., Siedner, M. J., Orrell, C., Bangsberg, D. R., & Haberer, J. E. (2021). High residual inflammation despite HIV viral suppression: Lessons learned from real‐time adherence monitoring among people with HIV in Africa. HIV Medicine, hiv.13200. https://doi.org/10.1111/hiv.13200