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What kind of doctor treats kaposi sarcoma?

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Dr. Michael Thompson
Hematology and Oncology 20 years experience
Derm, Onc, HIV: Ks may be treated by a variety of types of physicians including: dermatologist hiv specialist hematologist/oncologist.
Dr. Benjamin Kim
General Surgery 43 years experience
Many: Kaposi is caused by a herpesvirus. There are several different settings which will dictate who diagnoses and then treats ranging from a family practioner/internist, dermatologist, or if in a patient with aids, an infectious disease specialist and a surgical or medical oncologist. The local distribution of expertise will dictate who has the interest and experience to render the care.

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