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Figure 1. From: Hepatitis C Infection in HIV-1 Natural Viral Suppressors.

Comparison of HCV viral loads in the NVS, HIV/HCV, and HCV cohorts. Mean HCV viral loads were 1.92 × 106 IU/ml for the NVS, 2.55 × 106 IU/ml for the HIV/HCV cohort, 1.45 × 106 IU/ml for the HCV cohort. For patients with detectable HCV viral load, there was no significant difference in the HCV viral load between the NVS and HIV/HCV or HCV groups (p=.670 and p=.075, respectively), although there was a significant difference between the HIV/HCV and HCV groups (p=.003). NVS cohort = HIV-1 infected individuals with HIV-1 viral loads <400 copies/ml without therapy. HIV/HCV cohort = HIV and HCV co-infected patients. HCV cohort = HCV mono-infected patients.

Mohammad M. Sajadi, et al. AIDS. ;24(11):1689-1695.
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Figure 2. From: Hepatitis C Infection in HIV-1 Natural Viral Suppressors.

HIV immunological parameters in the NVS cohort based on chronic HCV infection. 1A) A higher CD4 count was noted in the NVS in the absence of chronic HCV (p=.029). The difference between the median values was 294 cells/ul. 1B) A higher CD4 percent was noted in the NVS in the absence of chronic HCV (p=.046). The difference between the median values was 11 percentage points. 1C) A higher CD4/CD8 ratio was noted in the NVS in the absence of chronic HCV (p=.062). The difference between the median values was 0.68. NVS = HIV-1 infected individuals with HIV-1 viral loads <400 copies/ml without therapy. NVS patients were divided into 2 groups: chronic HCV − (HCV PCR negative) and chronic HCV + (HCV PCR positive).

Mohammad M. Sajadi, et al. AIDS. ;24(11):1689-1695.

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