National Cancer Institute

The National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), leads the National Cancer Program and is the lead federal agency for cancer research, including research into AIDS-related cancers. Research on cancers related to HIV and AIDS is conducted throughout the NCI, and the NCI’s Center of Cancer Research also conducts HIV/AIDS research on its campuses in Bethesda and Frederick, MD. NCI’s Office of HIV and AIDS Malignancy coordinates the HIV research in the NCI and supports robust and varied research programs in the United States and in many low and middle income countries. NCI’s Office of Communications and Education develops and maintains evidence-based information about AIDS-related cancers.

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Last revised: 05/01/2012