What Can We Know About the Kaposi Sarcoma?

Q:
What can we know about the Kaposi sarcoma?

A:
The Kaposi sarcoma is the complication of the Aids. It is a sarcoma that caused by the HHV8 (Human herpesvirus 8). It is identified by the Doctor Kaposi from Hungary in 1980s.

It is different from other cancer, the normal cancer would start from the cancerous cell, but the Kaposi sarcoma starts from the virus infection. It can form the masses in the skin, lymph nodes, or other organs, and the color is purple.

Keywords: kaposi sarcoma; kaposi sarcoma+; kaposi’sarcoma.

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