Hepatitis C reactivation doesn’t worsen survival for HIV+ patients diagnosed with lymphoma

More than a quarter of HIV+ patients are also infected with the Hepatitis C virus (HCV), which may complicate treatment and care decisions after a cancer diagnosis. The specifics of those complications haven’t been well-researched in the past. Results from a new Fox Chase Cancer Center study on this patient population may start filling in that gap.

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