Some non-AIDS defining cancers occur at an increased rate relative to the general population in people with HIV.
People with HIV are at an increased risk of cardiovascular disease including MI, stroke and heart failure.
Ensuring that appropriate immunizations have been provided is an important element of HIV clinical care.
Despite suppressive antiretroviral therapy, neurocognitive impairment is still prevalent among people with HIV.
HIV-associated nephropathy (HIVAN) was described shortly after the identification of AIDS.
Rates of smoking greater than 40% have been reported in PWH and contribute to significant morbidity and mortality.