Jerred saidTimmm55 your skepticism of me is disgusting... HERE LOOK AT THE PROOF IN MY BELOW LINK AND IF YOU WANT DO A SEARCH ON IT AND YOU WILL FIND DOZENS OF ARTICLES ON THE PERCENTAGE I JUST GAVE. And ALSO if you look at how they EVEN admit here that kidney disease caused by HIV is UNCOMMON. THEY FLAT OUT POINT AT THE MEDICATION... HERE IT IS... THIRTY FUCKING PERCENT. So applause to you and MuchMoreThanMuscle for your interest in bareback sex at the cost of lives down the road. It is clearly obvious where your minds are at.
My skepticism is disgusting? Of you? What are fucking GOD? LOL I'm skeptical of everybody and everything!
TasP saves lives. Read the CDC release. Your hand wringing is getting old.
HIV Treatment and KIDNEY DISEASE
"Thanks to scientific advances in effective ART, people with HIV are living longer. But as people with HIV live longer, kidney problems may increase. While widespread access to and earlier initiation of ART has led to a decrease in HIVAN,
other causes of kidney disease persist and, in some cases, are on the rise.
For example, in the U.S., people who are infected with HIV are three times more likely to develop hypertension (high blood pressure)
and are four times more likely to develop diabetes
than uninfected individuals. Both hypertension and diabetes are common causes of end-stage renal disease.
In addition, about 25% of people living with HIV in the United States are co-infected with hepatitis C
virus (HCV), an inflammation of the liver that causes a chronic infection. HCV is associated with several types of kidney disease.
People living with HIV can also develop kidney disease caused by side effects of medication, including some antiretroviral (ARV) medications, as noted above.
For these reasons, it is very important to work closely with your healthcare provider to monitor your HIV treatment and ensure your kidneys stay healthy."
So with viral suppression (Truvada...TasP, which you call " causing the cost of lives down the road"....it reduces kidney damage.