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Degree of Housing Instability Shows Independent "Dose-Response" With Virologic Suppression Rates Among People Living With Human Immunodeficiency Virus.

  • Author(s): Clemenzi-Allen, Angelo;
  • Geng, Elvin;
  • Christopoulos, Katerina;
  • Hammer, Hali;
  • Buchbinder, Susan;
  • Havlir, Diane;
  • Gandhi, Monica
  • et al.
Abstract

Housing instability negatively impacts outcomes in people [living] with human immunodeficiency virus (PLHIV), yet the effect of diverse living arrangements has not previously been evaluated. Using 6 dwelling types to measure housing status, we found a strong inverse association between housing instability and viral suppression across a spectrum of unstable housing arrangements.

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