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Cocaine and crack use has been associated with HIV and HCV infections, but its consequences on HCV progression have not been well established. We analyzed the impact of cocaine/crack use on liver fibrosis progression in a cohort of HIV-HCV co-infected patients.
The exposure of interest was cocaine/crack use, either recent (within 6 months of a study visit), previous but not within 6 months, or never. Data concerning drug use were collected at every study visit. Questions evaluated types of drug used and routes of administration (injection vs. other) ever and in the last 6 months.
The following covariates of interest were measured: age, sex, ethnicity, income, body mass index (BMI), diabetes (determined based on glucose and fasting status), duration of HCV infection and time since HIV diagnosis and time updated HIV viral load and CD4+ cell count, antiretroviral therapy use, IDU, cocaine, crack and alcohol abuse in the previous 6 months. HCV duration was determined as time since first HCV diagnosis test, probable HCV infection according to patient, or first injection drug use, whichever was greater. Alcohol abuse was defined as more than six drinks at least once a month or more than two drinks on a typical day when drinking.
A total of 573 patients met inclusion criteria of whom, at baseline, 211 persons (36.8%) were recent cocaine/crack users, 290 (50.6%) persons previously used cocaine/crack but were not currently using, and 72 (12.6%) persons never used cocaine/crack (Fig. 1 and Table 1). Over the course of follow up, 47% of previous users and 3% of never users became recent users, while 79% of recent users remained recent users.
Recent cocaine/crack users did not differ from previous users and never users on gender, age, and time since HIV diagnosis. At baseline, recent users were more likely to be be younger and of of Aboriginal origin, had lower CD4+ T-cells, were more likely to abuse alcohol, had longer median durations of HCV infection, but had lower median APRI scores and were more likely to be HCV treatment naive. The three groups did not differ with respect to reasons for censoring except that study withdrawal and HCV treatment initiations were more frequent among never users (Table 2).
In this longitudinal study of liver fibrosis progression in HIV-HCV co-infected patients, we were unable to demonstrate an association between cocaine/crack use and evolution of liver fibrosis as measured by APRI score. Not surprisingly, alcohol abuse, CD4 cell count and baseline APRI score were predictors of progression to advanced fibrosis. The association between female sex and liver fibrosis progression although not generally seen in HCV mono-infection was previously noted in the Canadian Co-infection cohort and other co-infected studies [12, 13].
Our study is the first to evaluate systematically the presence of an association between cocaine/crack use and liver fibrosis. This was done in a large prospective cohort of HIV-HCV co-infected patients, representative of the population of co-infected patients in care in Canada. We controlled for major known confounders that could be linked with cocaine use and liver disease risk.
Among study limitations, the most important is that data about quantity and route of administration other than injection are not collected in our study questionnaire. Consequently, we cannot exclude a dose-related effect of cocaine/crack on liver fibrosis. Concerning route of administration, we chose to combine all routes of administration together based on previous studies showing that similar serum concentrations are achieved when these drugs are injected and smoked although some studies suggest snorted cocaine leads to lower plasma drug concentration . Because almost the entire patient population (87%) had used cocaine or crack at some time, focusing only on recent use could miss potential long-term effects of cocaine on the liver. In order to account for consumption changes over time, we used a time-updated variable for recent cocaine/crack use. However, we did not have a measure of duration or intensity of such drug use prior to cohort entry.
In conclusion, while cocaine/crack use is certainly associated with high-risk behaviours related to HCV infection and to potential acute liver injury, we were unable to demonstrate an association between these drugs and chronic liver fibrosis progression.