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By Marcus Hentrich, Stefan K. Barta

This booklet provides a common creation to and evaluate of HIV-associated hematological malignancies, with a unique specialise in useful administration matters. all the appropriate malignancies is addressed separately, with an outline of therapy methods, review of facts concerning their efficacy, and dialogue of healing controversies. moreover, cautious attention is paid to matters in molecular and medical pathology, epidemiological elements, symptomatology, prognosis, and threat elements. Separate chapters are dedicated to autologous and allogeneic stem phone transplantation and to chemotherapy and interactions with antiretroviral brokers. some of the chapters are written by way of specialists who've been instrumental in transferring the stability for individuals residing with HIV and blood cancers. whereas twenty years in the past this analysis represented a dying sentence, advances in therapy have remodeled those cancers into usually curable stipulations. however, optimum therapy of hematological malignancies continues to be a problem, fairly in sufferers with serious immunosuppression. This booklet can be a useful resource of data for all practitioners within the fields of scientific hematology and clinical oncology and HIV medicine.

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9), with a very elevated risk emerging for the nodular sclerosis type of HL (HR PWA vs. 3). A recent population-based record linkage study evaluated the effect of HIV on overall and on cancer-specific mortality, in six areas of the USA [7]. When all-cause mortality was considered as outcome, the US study showed risks of death similar to the Italian ones. 2. However, the study showed that HIV was not associated with increased mortality when only cancerspecific mortality was used as outcome [7]. Cancer continues to be an important cause of mortality in PWA in high-resource countries during the cART era [12, 21, 37].

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