HIV clinical trials cost
The NCI supports and conducts a number of clinical trials in AIDS-related and other HIV-associated malignancies. To find general information about cancer clinical trials click here.
OHAM Director Dr. Robert Yarchoan discusses a patient with Dr. Richard F. Little and research nurses Karen Aleman and Nicole Grant.
NCI-Coordinated Clinical Trials
To find an NCI-supported clinical trial in HIV-associated malignancies, you can search the list of all NCI-coordinated clinical trials. For HIV-associated malignancies, look under the specific cancer type, such as AIDS-related lymphoma, Kaposis sarcoma, or anal cancer. If you want to speak to someone about NCI-coordinated clinical trials, you can call 1-800-4-CANCER. Alternatively, you can utilize the LiveHelp online chat.
AIDS Malignancy Consortium Clinical Trials
The AIDS Malignancy Consortium (AMC) conducts clinical trials in HIV-associated malignancies in a number of medical centers throughout the United States. Click here for more information on the AMC and trials conducted by the AMC.
Clinical Trials on the NIH Campus
The NCI conducts some trials in HIV-associated cancers as well as HIV infection in the Clinical Center on the NIH campus in Bethesda, Maryland. Patients are responsible for travel costs for their initial screening visits; however, once patients are enrolled in a trial, the NCI will pay the transportation costs for subsequent trial-related visits for patients who do not live in the local area. Click here for information and to search for a trial in Bethesda, Maryland. Most are grouped under AIDS-related cancers and HIV infection.
Other clinical trials resources:
For a listing and search engine of an extensive registry of federally and privately supported clinical trials conducted in the United States and around the world, you can look in Clinical Trials.gov.
For information on and a search engine for an extensive list of general HIV/AIDS clinical trials (including HIV-associated malignancies), you can look in AIDSinfo.
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