Poor Immune Status and Systemic Disease Are Independently Associated with Mortality in AIDS-Related Kaposi Sarcoma in Nigeria

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Poor Immune Status and Systemic Disease Are Independently Associated with Mortality in AIDS-Related Kaposi Sarcoma in Nigeria

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Title: Poor Immune Status and Systemic Disease Are Independently Associated with Mortality in AIDS-Related Kaposi Sarcoma in Nigeria
Author: Agaba, Patricia; Sule, Halima; Ojoh, Raphael; Saidu, Zakary; Mua’zu, Mohamed; Agbaji, Oche; Idoko, John; Ekong, Ernest; Murphy, Robert; Kanki, Phyllis Jean

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Citation: Agaba, Patricia, Halima Sule, Raphael Ojoh, Zakary Saidu, Mohamed Mua’zu, Oche Agbaji, John Idoko, Ernest Ekong, Robert Murphy, and Phyllis Kanki. 2012. Poor immune status and systemic disease are independently associated with mortality in aids-related kaposi sarcoma in nigeria. Infectious Agents and Cancer 7(Suppl 1): P7.
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Published Version: doi:10.1186/1750-9378-7-S1-P7
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