Treating HIV-Associated Lymphoma

December 8, 2014
Joseph Alvarnas, MD

Joseph Alvarnas, MD, Director of Medical Quality, associate clinical professor, City of Hope, discusses the treatment of HIV-associated lymphoma.

Clinical Pearls

Joseph Alvarnas, MD, Director of Medical Quality, associate clinical professor, City of Hope, discusses the treatment of HIV-associated lymphoma.

  • The most appropriate way to treat patients with HIV and lymphoma has been a quandary for years.
  • This study looked at autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation for the treatment of patients with chemotherapy-sensitive, relapsed/refractory HIV-associated lymphoma.
  • Estimated probability of one-year OS was 86.6%.

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