Smoking and Drug Use with HIV


Smokers with HIV are also having a poorer response to HIV treatment, a larger chance of developing a life-threatening illness that leads to an AIDS diagnosis and a shorter lifespan than people with HIV who does not smoke. In fact, one study found that people with HIV, taking antiretroviral therapy (ART) but smoke are substantially more likely to die from lung cancer than from AIDS-related causes

There is a large possibility for smokers with HIV than non-smokers with HIV to develop:

 

 


 


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