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AIDS and Cancer Specimen Resource (ACSR) HTML

Biorepository of tissue and biological samples for HIV/AIDS and cancer researchers.

Source: AIDS and Cancer Specimen Resource

Cancer HTML

Information for health consumers on HIV-related cancers.


HIV Infection and Cancer Risk HTML

Fact sheet with information on HIV infection and how it affects a person's risk of cancer.

Source: National Cancer Institute

HIV-Associated Cancer Information HTML

Information on HIV-related cancers (including HIV-associated tumors) and links to additional information on specific cancers.

Source: Office of HIV and AIDS Malignancy

HIV/AIDS Opportunistic Infections and Other Conditions HTML

Information about opportunistic infections and other conditions (such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer) in women infected with HIV.

Source: U.S. Office on Women's Health

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and Cervical Cancer/Office on Women's Health HTML

Information about human papillomavirus (HPV) and cervical cancer for women who are infected with HIV.

Source: U.S. Office on Women's Health

Kaposi Sarcoma Treatment HTML

Information about the cancer Kaposi sarcoma, including diagnostic tests, treatment, and factors affecting the chance of recovery.


Source: National Cancer Institute

Kaposi's Sarcoma/Medline Plus HTML

Links to information on Kaposi's sarcoma, a type of cancer often found in individuals with HIV/AIDS, including symptoms, treatment, screening and prevention, disease management, clinical trials, and current research.

Source: MedlinePlus

National Cancer Institute Dictionary of Cancer Terms HTML

Searchable dictionary of terms related to cancer; includes definitions in English and Spanish.

Source: National Cancer Institute

Oral Health Care for the HIV-Infected Patient PDF (3.20 MB)

Information for health care professionals about medical considerations in dental care of HIV-infected people, including information on common oral health problems, oral infections, and oropharyngeal cancers that affect HIV-infected people.

Source: Mountain Plains AIDS Education and Training Center

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