Sex and Distinct Inflammation Pathways Predict Cardiovascular Disease and Vascular Events in Treated PWH

March 6-10, 2021; Virtual
Higher levels of immune activation biomarkers more strongly predict vascular events in virologically suppressed women with HIV compared with virologically suppressed men with HIV.
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