Aug 15, 2006
I just returned from the oncologist office and she is recommending chemo treatment. Is this correct? This contradicts your last message to me regarding KS treatment. You never mentioned chemo. Which is correct? You or my oncologist?
| Response from Dr. Young
Thanks for your post.
I think that both might be correct.
KS that's restricted to the skin is usually treated with just HAART. For those cases of internal or visceral involvment, or for those persons whose skin (or cutaneous) hasn't responded to HAART, then either local or systemic chemotherapy is often used. BY
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