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Table 2 Baseline characteristics of the Bonn cohort at the start of observation.

From: Cancer risk in HIV-infected individuals on HAART is largely attributed to oncogenic infections and state of immunocompetence

  Bonn cohort
  n = 1476
Age [yrs] 36 (16 - 85)
Male sex [%] 81
Race [%]  
   Caucasian 85
   Afro-american 11
   Asian 2
   Hispanic 1
   other/unknown 1
Transmission-Risk [%]  
   homosexual 47
   heterosexual 14
   endemic 12
   blood products 11
   i.v. drug abuse 10
   unknown 5
Hepatitis Coinfection [%]  
   HBV 4
   HCV 21
AIDS or CD4 < 200/μl [%] 35
HAART [%] 40
   3×/4× NRTI 6
   NNRTI 25
   PI 65
   Salvage 3
CD4-cells [/μl] 359
HIV-RNA [log10] 3.9
  1. Continuous variables are given as median (range). categorical variables as percent of patients (95% confidence interval). Abbreviations: i.v. intravenous; HBV hepatitis B infection; HCV hepatitis C infection; AIDS acquired immunodeficiency syndrome; HAART highly active antiretroviral therapy.