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The purpose of this study is to evaluate the impact of two broadly neutralizing antibodies, VRC01LS and 10-1074, on the maintenance of HIV suppression in a cohort of early-treated children in Botswana.
This study evaluates the use of ABI-1968, a topical cream, in the treatment of anal precancerous lesions in adults with and without human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection
The purpose of this pilot study is to examine the effects of eight 5-day cycles of subcutaneous recombinant interleukin-2 (rIL-2) given every 8 weeks on levels of replication-competent HIV in CD4 cells and on the size of HIV viral reservoir in up to 20 participants with chronically suppressed HIV infection (viral load <50 copies/mL).
This study, "Linking Infectious and Narcology Care - Part II (LINC-II)," will implement and evaluate a multi-faceted intervention (LINC-II), via a two-armed randomized controlled trial among 240 HIV-infected PWID in St. Petersburg. LINC-II, comprised of pharmacological therapy (i.e., rapid access to ART and receipt of naltrexone for opioid use disorder) and 12 months of strengths-based case management, will assess HIV outcomes (e.g., HIV viral load suppression), impact on care systems and cost-effectiveness of the intervention.
This randomized phase III trial studies how well human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine therapy works in reducing high-grade cervical lesions in patients with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and HPV. Vaccines made from HPV peptides or antigens may help the body build an effective immune response to kill the HPV virus and prevent cervical lesions from developing or coming back after being removed.
This study is a randomized controlled trial (RCT) to assess the feasibility, tolerability, and safety of using opioid receptor antagonists (naltrexone and nalmefene) to treat pain among HIV-infected persons with heavy alcohol use and chronic pain.
This study evaluates the use of ABI-1968, a topical cream, in the treatment of anal precancerous lesions in adults with and without human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection.
Objectives: A targeted HIV testing strategy (TTS) through an HIV risk of exposure and indicator conditions (RE&IC) questionnaire resulted in same rate of new HIV infection diagnosis (NHID), coverage and even reduced costs compared with a universal non targeted (Non TSS) HIV testing strategy in a prior study (DRIVE 01). To compare number of New HIV/HCV Infection Diagnoses (NHID HIV/HCV) and costs two HIV/HCV testing programs in the Primary Health Care: an educational and support only initiative to enhance HIV /HCV testing (EDSUP) or EDSUP plus a resourced external program (DRIVE 03). Methodology: Prospective, randomized 1:1, clustered, crossover study, in one Health Care Area of Madrid, Spain, comparing the implementation of two HIV testing programs, EDSUP only vs. EDSUP plus DRIVE 03 program in 4 Primary Care Centers (PCC´s). People randomized to EDSUP plus DRIVE 03 program, non HIV infected, between 18-65 years, attending to any of the 4 PCC´s, not previously included in the study will be offered to participate. HIV testing program will be evaluated by measuring absolute number of new diagnosed infections (NDI) HIV/HCV and costs. Other outcomes considered will be people assigned and offered to participate, number of HIV tests performed, coverage (HIV /HCV tests/assigned population ratio), and rate of NDI HIV/HCV per ‰ tests performed. Six months prior to randomization main outcome variables will be recorded in the 4 PPC´s. Before randomization, EDSUP will be equally implemented in the 4 PCC´s. After randomization, first six months, DRIVE 03 program will be implemented in 2 PCC´s and in the other 2 observation of interest variables will be conducted. After first 6 month study period, PCC´s will be crossover to the opposite arm of randomization. DRIVE 03 program will offer rapid HIV tests, and testing staff to conduct all study procedures. For NDI HIV/HCV, molecular epidemiology, delayed diagnosis, retention in care, HIV/HCV treatment and control/eradication will be also monitored.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the short, medium and long-term prognosis for newly diagnosed HIV patients.
This non-interventional study aims to determine whether there is a correlation between the Fc receptor polymorphism (FcR) and the course of the disease following HIV infection.