Fatima Fazel

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Hodgkin's lymphoma (HL) occurs with increasing frequency in human-immunodeficiency-virus-(HIV-) infected individuals. The natural history and behaviour of HIV-HL is different, being more atypical and aggressive. The association between HIV and HL appears to be primarily EBV driven. HAART use does not significantly impact on the incidence of HL. Indeed, the(More)
CML (chronic myeloid leukaemia) in association with HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) infection (HIV-CML) is rarely described and is likely to be coincidental. The natural history and behaviour of HIV-CML is different, being more atypical and aggressive. Both conditions, and their respective treatments may cause myelosuppression. Concurrent treatment with(More)
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