Co-Morbidities and Adverse Drug Reactions in HIV
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Adipocyte biology, insulin resistance and lipid metabolism
Aging, frailty, disability & senescence
Body composition and weight change
Bone metabolism & toxicities
Cardiovascular disease
Clinical management of ADRs
COVID and comorbidities
Liver disease (incl. viral hepatitis-related), hepatotoxicity
Other comorbidities (incl. cancer, mental health, neurocognitive disorders and renal toxicities)
Pulmonary disease