Non-AIDS-defining cancers.

  title={Non-AIDS-defining cancers.},
  author={Justin Stebbing and Onyinyechi Duru and Mark Bower},
  journal={Current opinion in infectious diseases},
  volume={22 1},
PURPOSE OF REVIEW Individuals with HIV infection are at higher risk for the development of a wide variety of non-AIDS-defining cancers (NADCs). Immunosuppressed patients following allograft organ transplantation are also at an increased risk for most of these tumour types implicating immune suppression in the pathogenesis rather than HIV itself. Although all three AIDS-defining malignancies and many NADCs are associated with viral etiopathogenesis, some, such as lung cancer, are not related to… CONTINUE READING


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