Because of the AIDS epidemic.

Kaposi’s sarcoma is now much more common and is spreading aggressively through the body in patients with AIDS. Because of the AIDS epidemic, during the years left her obscure niche oncology and entered everyday use during the 1990s, in the years.

The mouth is in about 30 percent of cases, and is the initial site in 15 percent of AIDS-KS. The hard palate is most frequently affected, followed by the gum. Lesions in the bleed bleed by chewing by chewing and disturb or suffering secondary infection and even with eating or speaking. Continue reading “Because of the AIDS epidemic.”