Marijuana does not Accelerate Liver Disease in HIV–HCV Coinfection

CID 2013 (2019)

Marijuana smoking is common and believed to relieve many symptoms, but daily use has been associated with liver fibrosis in cross-sectional studies. We aimed to estimate the effect of marijuana smoking on liver disease progression in a Canadian prospective multicenter cohort of HIV/HCV co-infected persons.

Marijuana does not Accelerate Liver Disease in HIV–HCV Coinfection

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