Published in Health Business Week, August 19th, 2005
According to a study from Germany, "Patients infected with HIV are often co-infected with other viruses. SEN virus (SENV) was isolated from a HIV positive patient with intravenous drug use and post-transfusion hepatitis. SENV strains D and H seem to be relevant for the development of post-transfusion hepatitis. We compared the prevalence of SENV strains D and H and the viral load of SENV H in HIV-infected patients with healthy blood donors."
"The results were correlated with clinical markers such as HIV stage, CD4 cell count, HIV-RNA...
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