Malignancies and HIV Infection
Published Date: 10/2008
Authors: Douglas Fish, MD; John Doweiko, MD; Lester Wright, MD, MPH; Charles Moehs, MD, MPH; Sarah Walker, MS; Abigail Gallucci; Jennifer Price and Jim Ybarra
Source: New York/New Jersey AETC and Albany Medical Center, Division of HIV Medicine
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Part of the series: Caring for the HIV-Infected Inmate: A CME-Accredited Resource for Prescribing Clinicians
This monograph is designed to provide physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners with the most up-to-date HIV clinical information to assist in the treatment and care of HIV-infected incarcerated patients. Learning objectives include: 1) Discuss the increasing number of malignancies that occur at a greater frequency in the HIV-infected population. 2) Describe the interaction between HIV infection and the presentation and therapy for some of these malignancies. 3) List some AIDS-defining and HIV-associated malignancies. There is no fee for the CME credit for this monograph. This learning activity is awarded 1.0 contact hour until June 30, 2009.
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