Goals of classic treatment of Kaposi sarcoma (KS) without visceral involvement are to control symptoms and improve function. Localized lesions are managed by surgical excision, cryotherapy, intralesional chemotherapy, or radiotherapy, which can be painful and are physician-applied treatments. Recently, less demanding treatments based on topical drugs have been proposed.1-4
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