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NCT number NCT00002099
Study type Interventional
Source NIH AIDS Clinical Trials Information Service
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Status Active, not recruiting
Phase Phase 2

Clinical Trial Summary

To determine the tolerance and side effects of a combination of lentinan and didanosine (ddI) in comparison with ddI alone. To determine whether the combination of lentinan and ddI produces a significant immunorestorative effect within the study observation period (6-12 months) as measured by an increase in one or more of the following: neutrophil count and activity, T-cell subsets, and a decrease in p24 antigen.


Clinical Trial Description

Patients are treated with daily oral ddI for 6 weeks, then are randomized to ddI in combination with intravenous lentinan or placebo (administered once weekly) for 26 weeks. Patients who are already stabilized on 400 mg/day ddI will proceed directly to randomization. Following completion of the combination therapy, patients may be offered 26 additional weeks of therapy on an optional basis.


Study Design

Endpoint Classification: Efficacy Study, Intervention Model: Parallel Assignment, Primary Purpose: Treatment


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