Researchers: Smoking can double death risk to HIV patients

The study showed that in low- and middle-income countries, particularly in the African region, HIV-positive men are 41 per cent, and HIV-positive women 36 per cent, more likely to use tobacco, including snuff, chewing and smoking tobacco, than their HIV-negative counterparts.

Researchers: Smoking can double death risk to HIV patients

The study showed that in low- and middle-income countries, particularly in the African region, HIV-positive men are 41 per cent, and HIV-positive women 36 per cent, more likely to use tobacco, including snuff, chewing and smoking tobacco, than their HIV-negative counterparts.

03 June 2017 Saturday 14:10
Researchers: Smoking can double death risk to HIV patients

The Guardian

Updated: 03.06.2017 14:14
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