Office of HIV and AIDS Malignancy

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The NCI has played a major role in HIV/AIDS research since the beginning of the epidemic, when a cluster of cases of Kaposi's sarcoma was one of the harbingers of this new disease. NCI scientists have made a number of key discoveries in both HIV/AIDS and AIDS-associated cancer. Today, this research is coordinated by the Office of HIV and AIDS Malignancy (OHAM) and carried out in multiple divisions and offices of the NCI.

For patient information about HIV-associated malignancies, see Infectious Agents and HIV Infection and Cancer Risk.

NCI HIV and AIDS Research

Learn about research being conducted by OHAM and the NCI and how this research is driving important advances in prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of HIV/AIDS and HIV-associated malignancies.

NCI Funding for HIV/AIDS Malignancies Research

Explore funding opportunities to investigate infection, transmission, and treatment of HIV and HIV/AIDS-related malignancies.

HIV and AIDS Research Resources

Find information about NCI resources that are specific to HIV/AIDS-related research and links to other selected resources.

News & Events

Keep up-to-date with news about HIV/AIDS-related cancer research and learn about relevant meetings and conferences.

About the Office of HIV and AIDS Malignancy

Learn how OHAM enhances and facilitates NCI’s HIV/AIDS research initiatives.