Non–AIDS-Defining Cancer Mortality: Emerging Patterns in the Late HAART Era

@article{Zucchetto2016NonAIDSDefiningCM,
  title={Non–AIDS-Defining Cancer Mortality: Emerging Patterns in the Late HAART Era},
  author={Antonella Zucchetto and Saverio Virdone and Martina Taborelli and Enrico Grande and Laura Camoni and Marilena Pappagallo and Vincenza R{\`e}gine and Francesco Grippo and Jerry Polesel and Luigino Dal Maso and Barbara Suligoi and Luisa Frova and Diego Serraino},
  journal={JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes},
  year={2016},
  volume={73},
  pages={190–196}
}
Background:Non–AIDS-defining cancers (non-ADCs) have become the leading non-AIDS-related cause of death among people with HIV/AIDS. We aimed to quantify the excess risk of cancer-related deaths among Italian people with AIDS (PWA), as compared with people without AIDS (non-PWA). Methods:A nationwide, population-based, retrospective cohort study was carried out among 5285 Italian PWA, aged 15–74 years, diagnosed between 2006 and 2011. Date of death and multiple-cause-of-death data were retrieved… 

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