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The Lung HIV Study
Longitudinal Studies of HIV-Associated Lung Infections and Complications (Lung HIV)
RFA HL07-008
Lung HIV is a collaborative multi-site study sponsored by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) to examine a broad range of separate yet overlapping pulmonary topics. Eight Clinical Centers and a Data Coordinating Center have been tasked with creating a collection of datasets and biological specimens for use during this RFA and in future investigations. The program is structured to facilitate both the development of these shared resources and the completion of the individual projects. Results of these efforts will be disseminated through publication in leading medical journals.
The Lung HIV mission is to achieve a clear understanding of the clinical manifestations of HIV-associated pulmonary complications by fostering multidisciplinary research collaboration and establishing a high quality centralized specimen repository with an associated clinical dataset based on shared definitions.
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