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Effects of malaria/helminthic coinfections on cervical cancer progression among sub Saharan African women on highly active antiretroviral therapy : a scoping review

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In Africa, the HIV prevalence in rural areas has begun to reach levels estimated within urban settings, where women are also more at risk for both malaria and intestinal parasitic infections. The objective of this review is to assess whether concomitant infections with malaria and/or helminthic diseases have an impact on cervical disease progression in women on HAART. This scoping review was conducted in August 2018. To conduct this scoping review, we searched the relevant studies in electronic databases such as PUBMED, Global Health, EMBASE, CINAHL and SCOPUS published in the year between 1960 and 2018 using the following search terms HAART AND malaria OR Helminth and Female OR women. Eight studies qualified for this review. The literature underscores the need for women on HAART with multiple co-infections to use adjuncts to retain immune recovery and undetectable HIV viral load, to reduce risk of cervical disease progression. A trend for higher risk of CIN3+ in HIV+ women reporting recent malarial infection was observed in one study. Given the public health impact of synergistic interactions between malaria and helminthic infections in HIV/HPV co-infected women on HAART, it is urgent that these interactions are elucidated.
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SQUAMOUS INTRAEPITHELIAL LESIONS, HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS, PREGNANT-WOMEN, HUMAN-PAPILLOMAVIRUS, DISEASE PROGRESSION, MALARIA INFECTION, HIGH PREVALENCE, HIV, IMMUNOSUPPRESSION, RISK, HIV, HPV, Malaria, Helminthic infections, HAART, Cervical disease

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Menon, Sonia, et al. “Effects of Malaria/Helminthic Coinfections on Cervical Cancer Progression among Sub Saharan African Women on Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy : A Scoping Review.” GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY REPORTS, vol. 29, 2019, pp. 64–69, doi:10.1016/j.gore.2019.07.002.
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Menon, S., Rodolfo, R., Akudibillah, G., Dusabimana, A., Harmon, S., & Mirera, H. M. (2019). Effects of malaria/helminthic coinfections on cervical cancer progression among sub Saharan African women on highly active antiretroviral therapy : a scoping review. GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY REPORTS, 29, 64–69. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gore.2019.07.002
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Menon, Sonia, Rossi Rodolfo, Gordon Akudibillah, Alfred Dusabimana, Stacy Harmon, and Hillary Mabeya Mirera. 2019. “Effects of Malaria/Helminthic Coinfections on Cervical Cancer Progression among Sub Saharan African Women on Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy : A Scoping Review.” GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY REPORTS 29: 64–69. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gore.2019.07.002.
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Menon, Sonia, Rossi Rodolfo, Gordon Akudibillah, Alfred Dusabimana, Stacy Harmon, and Hillary Mabeya Mirera. 2019. “Effects of Malaria/Helminthic Coinfections on Cervical Cancer Progression among Sub Saharan African Women on Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy : A Scoping Review.” GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY REPORTS 29: 64–69. doi:10.1016/j.gore.2019.07.002.
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Menon S, Rodolfo R, Akudibillah G, Dusabimana A, Harmon S, Mirera HM. Effects of malaria/helminthic coinfections on cervical cancer progression among sub Saharan African women on highly active antiretroviral therapy : a scoping review. GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY REPORTS. 2019;29:64–9.
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S. Menon, R. Rodolfo, G. Akudibillah, A. Dusabimana, S. Harmon, and H. M. Mirera, “Effects of malaria/helminthic coinfections on cervical cancer progression among sub Saharan African women on highly active antiretroviral therapy : a scoping review,” GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY REPORTS, vol. 29, pp. 64–69, 2019.
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