Allo-SCT for hematological malignancies in the setting of HIV

  title={Allo-SCT for hematological malignancies in the setting of HIV},
  author={Mark N. Polizzotto and Martha Skinner and Merrole F. Cole-Sinclair and Stephen S. Opat and Andrew Spencer and Susan Avery},
  journal={Bone Marrow Transplantation},
The advent of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) has transformed the clinical outcomes for people with HIV. Antiviral therapies deliver suppression of viral replication with immune reconstitution, an attendant decrease in opportunistic infections, and improvements in life expectancy. Nonetheless, the rates of intercurrent malignancies remain elevated, with hematological malignancies prominent. Optimal management of malignancies in patients with HIV remains incompletely defined… CONTINUE READING


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