Clinical trial researching therapy for HIV-associated blood cancers

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Non-Hodgkin lymphomas are aggressive blood cancers that can be difficult to treat and may return after treatment. People with HIV are up to 17 times more likely to get non-Hodgkin lymphomas than people who do not have HIV. A clinical trial led by Kathryn A. Lurain, M.D., M.P.H., Assistant Research Physician in the HIV and AIDS Malignancies Branch, is researching a combination drug therapy for the blood cancer. The trial will take place at the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, and there is no cost for participation.

For more information, please contact Anaida Widell at (240) 760-6074 or identifier: NCT05389423

NCI Protocol ID: 000274

Official Title: Pomalidomide and Dose-Adjusted EPOCH +/- Rituximab for HIV-Associated Lymphomas

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Posted on Mon, 04/03/2023