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Edelweiss Journal of AIDS

HIV and Malaria

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HIV and Malaria

Malaria and HIV together cause in excess of 2 million passings every year. Given the extensive geological cover among Malaria and HIV/AIDS, a considerable number of co-diseases happen. In places with stable Malaria transmission, HIV builds the danger of malaria infection and clinical malaria in grown-ups, particularly in those with advanced immunosuppression. In settings with unstable malaria transmission, HIV-infected adults are at high risk of complicated and severe malaria and then death. Reports likewise recommend that antimalarial treatment disappointment might be more typical in HIV-contaminated adults with low CD4-cell checks contrasted with those not infected with HIV. Extra research is expected to explore the effect of malaria on the natural history of HIV, potential therapeutic implications, interactions at a cellular and molecular level and drug interactions among antiretroviral and antimalarial medications.

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