AIDS-Related Cancer


A disorder of the immune system brought on by the human immunodeficiency virus is known as acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) (HIV). Semen is one bodily excretion that HIV commonly spreads from from one person to another.

The following malignancies are more likely to manifest in HIV/AIDS patients:

The Kaposi sarcoma

Nodular lymphoma (NHL)

ovarian cancer

Although the connection between HIV/AIDS and various cancers is not fully known, it most likely has to do with the immune system's decline. The majority of cancerous tumors emerge when healthy cells transform and grow out of control. A tumor may be benign or malignant. Because a cancerous tumor is malignant, it can grow and spread to different parts of the body.



 


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