treating elevated lipids in patients taking HIV drugs

New guidelines will be out this fall for treating elevated lipids in patients taking HIV drugs.

Some of the newer HIV drugs can increase cholesterol and triglycerides...possibly increasing the risk of heart disease.

But treating these patients with lipid-lowering drugs can be tricky...because of potential drug interactions.

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