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Kaposi's sarcoma is a cancer that develops from the cell lining the lymph or blood vessels. The cancer appears as red, purple, or brown raised tumors or spots over the skin.
UCLA researchers describe herpes virus structure associated with Kaposi's sarcoma

UCLA researchers describe herpes virus structure associated with Kaposi's sarcoma

Researchers create chimera virus that allows study of molecules to treat cancers

Researchers create chimera virus that allows study of molecules to treat cancers

LSU Health New Orleans receives $10 million grant to support research on virus-induced cancers

LSU Health New Orleans receives $10 million grant to support research on virus-induced cancers

Differences found in cancer occurrence within African and US born blacks

Differences found in cancer occurrence within African and US born blacks

Number of HIV-positive cancer patients in the U.S. projected to decrease through 2030

Number of HIV-positive cancer patients in the U.S. projected to decrease through 2030

Jefferson researchers reveal new insight into two states of viral protein

Jefferson researchers reveal new insight into two states of viral protein

FIRS calls on governments, health organizations to strengthen response to HIV on World AIDS Day

FIRS calls on governments, health organizations to strengthen response to HIV on World AIDS Day

Researchers develop new way to prevent diseases caused by herpesvirus infections

Researchers develop new way to prevent diseases caused by herpesvirus infections

Study provides important insights into impact of late HIV testing

Study provides important insights into impact of late HIV testing

Study shows retinoic acid could prevent postsurgical lymphedema

Study shows retinoic acid could prevent postsurgical lymphedema

Majority of cancers can be caused by infectious agents in sub-Saharan Africa, reveals study

Majority of cancers can be caused by infectious agents in sub-Saharan Africa, reveals study

Maternal HIV infection could alter gut microbiome of HIV-exposed, uninfected infants

Maternal HIV infection could alter gut microbiome of HIV-exposed, uninfected infants

USC's Keck School of Medicine researcher named recipient of NCI Outstanding Investigator Award

USC's Keck School of Medicine researcher named recipient of NCI Outstanding Investigator Award

Researchers find new innate immunity pathway that protects mammals from viral oncogenesis

Researchers find new innate immunity pathway that protects mammals from viral oncogenesis

Researchers reveal how stress conditions favor lytic reactivation of herpesviruses

Researchers reveal how stress conditions favor lytic reactivation of herpesviruses

FIRS calls for continued international support to end AIDS epidemic by 2030

FIRS calls for continued international support to end AIDS epidemic by 2030

CTCA at Western begins clinical trial that combines immunotherapy with chemotherapy to target sarcomas

CTCA at Western begins clinical trial that combines immunotherapy with chemotherapy to target sarcomas

Discovery could open up door for cancer research and treatment

Discovery could open up door for cancer research and treatment

Organ transplant recipients more likely to develop melanoma

Organ transplant recipients more likely to develop melanoma

New research identifies potential treatment for primary effusion lymphoma

New research identifies potential treatment for primary effusion lymphoma