“As people are living longer with HIV, the higher risk of heart attack is something we are becoming aware of among HIV patients,” he said. As these patients live longer, they start to get a lot of serious diseases, including heart disease, Horberg said. “HIV itself accounts for some of this, but historically there are more smokers among HIV-infected folks, which also increases the odds of developing heart disease,” he said. Race may also play a role, he said. “In the United States, HIV is a disease of the minority populations, who can be at greater risk for heart disease,” Horberg said. A clinical trial is under way at Northwestern Medicine to evaluate how well common medications for heart disease — such as cholesterol -lowering statins — work to prevent heart disease in the HIV-infected population, according to the researchers. The key to reducing the risk of heart attacks among HIV-positive patients is similar to the advice given to everyone, Horberg said. ” Treating HIV to get your viral load as low as possible and your immune system as strong as possible is number one,” he said. “Two, stop smoking and exercise more.” “These were things early on in the [AIDS] epidemic that we didn’t talk about because life expectancy wasn’t that great.
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