Smoking Deadlier Than HIV?
A study just released in the Journal of American Medical Society indicates that HIV patients who smoke are 10 ten times more likely to die of lung cancer than the virus itself. "Smoking cessation should be a priority in the care of people living with HIV.," the authors wrote in their study, "Lung Cancer Mortality Associated With Smoking and Smoking Cessation Among People Living With HIV in the United States." People living with HIV are more likely to be smokers than the rest of the general population and are more vulnerable to pulmonary illness. Pharmaceutical advances now enable people with HIV to lead longer and healthier lives, it is no longer the death sentence it once was. However, no one has figured out yet how to make smoking safe, you best option is to stop as soon as possible.
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