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More and more HIV patients are getting a second diagnosis of cancer. Scientists considered both the first and second time HIV cases have been detected. HIV patients are becoming more and more often treated with non-AIDS-defining forms of the disease for the second time, Reuters Health states. Scientists who publish their results in The Lancet HIV analysed the diagnosis of so-called viral maycers in 22,600 individuals in whom HIV was detected when they were 16 years of age or older in San Francisco between 1990 and 2010.

Diagnosing a viral carcinoma indicates a novel type of abnormality, unlike a carcinoma that spreads from another well. Investigators referenced the California Registry for California Carcinoma Registry information on types of colorectal disease primarily detected in members of the 1985-2014 population. The researchers found 4,144 types of primaries that were the individual's first diagnoses of disease, 372 types of second primaries, 26 types of third primaries, and three types of primaries that were a forth or greater one.

The first fourteen types of HIV first on the shortlist were more frequently detected in humans with HIV than in the general public - 127 times more for Kaposi's disease, 17.2 times more for non-Hodgkin's disease, 8 times more for invasive uterine cell carcinoma, 46.7 times more for alkaline cell carcinoma, 13.3 times more for vulvano, 10 times more for Hodgkin's disease, and 4 times more for ocular and tracoma.

In comparison to the general public, the diagnostic rates for the second type of primordial carcinoma were 28 times higher for Kaposi's carcinoma, 17 times higher for alkaline carcinoma, 11.1 times higher for non-Hodgkin's carcinoma, 5.4 times higher for Hodgkin's carcinoma and 3.6 times higher for hepatic carcinoma. Throughout the investigation periode, the diagnostic rates decreased in the HIV populations of first and second AIDS-defining primaries maycers.

Meanwhile, the diagnostic rates of second types of non-AIDS defined primaries rose. I was only once found to have cancer. No, I've never been found to have cancer.

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