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Journal of Hepatology
  2017 Jul;67(1):23-31  
  doi: 10.1016/j.jhep.2017.02.012.  
  Efficacy and safety of direct-acting antiviral regimens in HIV/HCV-co-infected patients – French ANRS CO13 HEPAVIH cohort  
  Piroth L, Wittkop L, Lacombe K, Rosenthal E, Gilbert C, Miailhes P, Carrieri P, Chas J, Poizot-Martin I, Gervais A, Dominguez S, Neau D, Zucman D, Billaud E, Morlat P, Aumaitre H, Lascoux-Combe C, Simon A, Bouchaud O, Teicher E, Bani-Sadr F, Alric L, Vittecoq D, Boué F, Duvivier C, Valantin MA, Esterle L, Dabis F, Sogni P, Salmon D; ANRS CO13 HEPAVIH study group.  



There is little data available on the use of new oral direct-acting antiviral (DAA) regimens to treat human immunodeficiency virus and hepatitis C virus (HIV/HCV) co-infected patients in real-life settings. Here, the efficacy and safety of all-oral DAA-based regimens in HIV/HCV-co-infected patients enrolled in the French nationwide ANRS CO13 HEPAVIH observational cohort are reported.


HIV/HCV-co-infected patients enrolled in the ANRS CO13 HEPAVIH observational cohort were included if they began an all-oral DAA-based regimen before 1st May 2015 (12-week regimens) or 1st February 2015 (24-week regimens). Treatment success (SVR12) was defined by undetectable HCV-RNA 12weeks after treatment cessation. Exact logistic regression analysis was used to identify factors associated with SVR12.


A total of 323 patients (74% men) with a median age of 53years were included, 99% of whom were on combination antiretroviral therapy (cART). HIV RNA load was <50 copies/ml in 88% of patients; median CD4 cell count was 540/mm3; 60% of patients were cirrhotic; 68% had previously received unsuccessful anti-HCV treatment. cART was protease inhibitor (PI)-based in 23%, non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NNRTI)-based in 15%, and integrase inhibitor (II)-based in 38%, while 24% of patients received other regimens. The SVR12 rate was 93.5% overall (95% confidence interval [CI]: 90.2-95.9), 93.3% (88.8-96.4) in patients with cirrhosis and 93.8% (88.1-97.3) in patients without cirrhosis. The SVR12 rates were 93.1% (84.5-97.7), 91.8% (80.4-97.7) and 95.8% (90.5-98.6) respectively, in patients receiving PI-based, NNRTI-based and II-based cART. In adjusted analysis, SVR12 was not associated with HIV RNA load, the cART regimen, cirrhosis, prior anti-HCV treatment, the duration of anti-HCV therapy, or ribavirin use. The most common adverse effects were fatigue and digestive disorders.


New all-oral DAA regimens were well-tolerated and yielded high SVR12 rates in HIV/HCV-co-infected patients.


We evaluated efficacy and safety of all-oral DAA regimens in a large French nationwide observational cohort study of HIV/HCV co-infected patients. Sustained virological response 12weeks after treatment cessation was 93.5% overall. The all-oral DAA regimens were well-tolerated and most common adverse effects were fatigue and digestive disorders.

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Le traitement du VHC chez les patients co-infectés VIH/VHC (en France).
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