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June 14, 2009

Ongoing viral replication during HIV treatment associated with lymphoma risk

Ongoing HIV replication when a person is receiving antiretroviral treatment increases the risk of AIDS-related lymphomas developing, German investigators report in the July 1st edition of the Journal of Infectious Diseases. The researchers found that the longer a patient had a detectable viral load, the greater the risk of lymphoma.

Read more in Aidsmap, June 9, 2009 [restored].