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Review Article

AIDS-Related Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma in Sub-Saharan Africa: Current Status and Realities of Therapeutic Approach

Table 2

Formulary of cytotoxic chemotherapy and other agents used for the treatment of NHL and generally available in resource-limited settings in sub-Saharan Africa. There may be instances where agents are purchased or secured in the private setting (e.g., patients and/or private hospitals) but this falls outside the realities of access to and chemotherapy coverage that is available in large national referral medical centers or regional health centers (e.g., essentially public institutions) in most sub-Saharan Africa nations. Adopted from Orem et al. [22] (Notes: *Supply may be variable; **generally not available; ***unavailable.).

BleomycinLeucovorin
CyclophosphamideMethotrexate
CytarabineNitrogen mustard*
Dacarbazine*Prednisone
DactinomycinProcarbazine*
Daunorubicin*Vinblastine*
DoxorubicinVincristine
Etoposide*Vinorelbine**
Gemcitabine**Colony-stimulating factors (CSFs)***
Hydroxyurea*Rituximab***

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