Other Treatments for AIDS
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For Managing HIV-related Cancers
People with HIV infection or AIDS are at increased risk of developing certain ]]>cancers]]> . Recommended cancer treatments will depend on the type of cancer.
Treatments may include:
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Last reviewed October 2009 by ]]>David L. Horn, MD, FACP]]>
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