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Declining Mortality Rates in HIV-Infected People Who Inject Drugs During a Seek-and-Treat Initiative in Vancouver, Canada, 1996-2014: A Prospective Cohort Study.

Declining Mortality Rates in HIV-Infected People Who Inject Drugs During a Seek-and-Treat Initiative in Vancouver, Canada, 1996-2014: A Prospective Cohort Study.
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Hayashi K, Dong H, Kerr T, Dobrer S, Guillemi S, Barrios R, Montaner JSG, Wood E, Milloy MJ,


Hayashi K, Dong H, Kerr T, Dobrer S, Guillemi S, Barrios R, Montaner JSG, Wood E, Milloy MJ, (click to view)

Hayashi K, Dong H, Kerr T, Dobrer S, Guillemi S, Barrios R, Montaner JSG, Wood E, Milloy MJ,

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The Journal of infectious diseases 2017 12 12() doi 10.1093/infdis/jix459

Abstract

We estimated rates and predictors of death among a community-recruited prospective cohort of 961 human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected people who inject drugs in Vancouver, Canada, between 1996 and 2014. The results demonstrated significant declines in age-adjusted all-cause and HIV-related mortality rates since 2010, coincident with the scale-up of a community-wide "seek-and-treat" campaign.

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