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Adverse Events, Comorbidities, and HIVCancer

People With HIV Less Likely to Get Treated for Nine Major Cancers

    Higher Chance of No Cancer Treatment With HIV
    Higher Chance of No Cancer Treatment With HIV Figure 1. Compared with HIV-negative cancer patients, people with HIV and cancer had a higher chance of not getting treated for nine cancers: (A) Head and neck, upper gastrointestinal (GI), colon and rectum, lung, breast, and (B) cervix, prostate, Hodgkin lymphoma, and large B-cell lymphoma (a non-Hodgkin lymphoma).Teresa B. Southwell
    Higher Chance of No Cancer Treatment With vs Without HIV in People With Private Insurance
    Higher Chance of No Cancer Treatment With vs Without HIV in People With Private Insurance Figure 2. Among HIV-positive and HIV-negative cancer patients with private health insurance, those with HIV had a higher chance of not getting treated for the seven types of cancer listed here. GI, gastrointestinal.Teresa B. Southwell
    If you have HIV infection and learn that you have cancer, work with your HIV provider and a cancer specialist to explore cancer treatment options.
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