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Australian Research Reveals AIDS, Cancer Link

findings could overturn the previously held view that some of these cancers were linked to lifestyle risks such as smoking and sexual practices rather than infection.

"We believe that the finding points to an immune deficiency and not those other risk factors," he said.

The results could change way HIV/AIDS patients are treated, he added.

"This evidence suggests that immune deficiency is associated with risk of cancer and this suggests we need to maintain people's immune systems at a higher level -- and that might mean putting HIV patients on anti-retroviral drugs earlier than is currently the case," he said.

The research comes ahead of a major international conference on HIV/AIDS which will take place in Sydney on July 22-24.


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