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Lymphoma Incidence 15 times higher in HIV/HCV Coinfection

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The International Liver Congress in Paris presented findings that the incidence of lymphoma — Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin — was up to 15 times higher among patents with HIV monoinfection and HIV/hepatitis C virus coinfection compared with the general population.

Read more about the Research from The Institute of Biomedical Research and La Coruña University Hospital Complex in Spain.

Colleagues used a database at their tertiary care hospital to compare the incidence of HL and NHL among patients with HIV and HIV/HCV coinfection with that of the general population between 1993 to 2014.

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