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2018 The investigation of the use of Prealbumin as a tool for nutritional assessment in adults coinfected with HIV and intestinal Helminth parasites in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Serum prealbumin is considered to be as important as albumin in the nutritional status assessment. However, there is relatively little evide...

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2017 Helminthiasis: a systematic review of the immune interactions present in individuals coinfected with HIV and/or tuberculosis

Helminth infections are highly endemic in parts of the world where the two killer epidemics caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis (M.tb) and ...

2016 The interaction between HIV and intestinal Helminth parasites coinfection with nutrition among adults in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

In South Africa few studies have examined the effects of the overlap of HIV and helminth infections on nutritional status. This cross-sectio...

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2014 The neglected triple disease burden and interaction of helminths, HIV and tuberculosis: an opportunity for integrated action in South Africa

The convergent distribution of HIV/AIDS and neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), particularly helminthiasis, in sub-Saharan Africa has been d...

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