Marijuana does not Accelerate Liver Disease in HIV–HCV Coinfection

Marijuana does not Accelerate Liver Disease in HIV–HCV Coinfection

CID 2013 (2019)

Marijuana does not Accelerate Liver Disease in HIV–HCV Coinfection

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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.
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