HIV infection with Hodgkin's disease: The virus makes a difference

McNeil, Caroline
June 1997
JNCI: Journal of the National Cancer Institute;06/04/97, Vol. 89 Issue 11, p754
Academic Journal
Reports on the association between AIDS and Hodgkin's disease. Risk of cancer in people infected with HIV; Incidence of Hodgkin's disease in HIV cohorts; Differences with Hodgkin's disease with HIV and Hodgkin's disease without HIV. INSET: HIV-associated malignancies, by Charles S. Rabkin..


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