HIV treatment is associated with a twofold higher probability of raised triglycerides: Pooled analyses in 21 023 individuals in sub-Saharan Africa

K. Ekoru, E. H. Young, D. G. Dillon, D. Gurdasani, N. Stehouwer, D. Faurholt-Jepsen, N. S. Levitt, N. J. Crowther, M. Nyirenda, M. A. Njelekela, K. Ramaiya, O. Nyan, O. O. Adewole, K. Anastos, C. Compostella, J. A. Dave, C. M. Fourie, H. Friis, I. M. Kruger, C. T. LongeneckerD. P. Maher, E. Mutimura, C. E. Ndhlovu, G. Praygod, E. W. Pefura Yone, M. Pujades-Rodriguez, N. Range, M. U. Sani, M. Sanusi, A. E. Schutte, K. Sliwa, P. C. Tien, E. H. Vorster, C. Walsh, D. Gareta, F. Mashili, E. Sobngwi, C. Adebamowo, A. Kamali, J. Seeley, L. Smeeth, D. Pillay, A. A. Motala, P. Kaleebu, M. S. Sandhu

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