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HIV Infections Clinical Trials

A listing of HIV Infections medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (545) clinical trials

Evaluating the Safety and Immunogenicity of pDNA Vaccines Expressing HIV M Group p24^Gag Conserved Elements and/or p55^Gag Administered With IL-12 pDNA by Intramuscular Electroporation in Healthy HIV-Uninfected Adults

This study will evaluate the safety, tolerability, and immunogenicity of two HIV-1 pDNA vaccines: p24CE1/2 pDNA and p55^gag pDNA administered with IL-12 pDNA adjuvant, given by intramuscular (IM) injection with electroporation (EP), in healthy, HIV-uninfected adults. Participants will be randomly assigned to one of four groups: Group 1 Treatment, Group ...

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Striving Towards EmPowerment and Medication Adherence (STEP-AD)

Among Black women with HIV in the U.S, generally low rates of adherence to ART are likely due to relevant psychosocial and contextual factors facing Black women with HIV, such as having a history of physical, sexual, and emotional abuse, post traumatic stress, racial discrimination, and contextual variables related to ...

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Estimated Cumulative Incidence of Zika Infection at the End of the First Epidemic in the French West Indies in a Sample of Patients Followed for HIV Infection.

Zika virus infection is expanding in all tropical and subtropical areas. The presence of Aedes albopictus in southern France raises concerns about the occurrence of outbreaks of indigenous Zika virus transmission. In this context, knowledge of the cumulative impact of the epidemic that affected the Caribbean in 2016 is an ...

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Clinical Trial to Evaluate the Effect of Raltegravir Intensification (1.200 mg QD) on the Gut Microbiota of Chronically HIV-1 Infected Subject Over Time: THE RAGTIME STUDY

The gut microbiome is essential for the maturation of the neonatal immune system and the adequate development and function of adult immune responses. HIV-1 infection in children and adults exerts a rapid and severe depletion of gut-associated lymphoid tissue, which damages the intestinal barrier, allowing translocation of gut commensal bacteria ...

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Counseling for HIV and STIs Screening

The study will be presented to clients, who will be asked to formally consent to participate. Clients residing or working in northern Thailand and able to communicate with the counselor will be eligible. Foreigners staying in Thailand for vacation or retirement will be excluded, except if presenting together with their ...

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Prevalence of Cutaneous Autoimmune Phenomena in HIV Infected Patients

So far no systematic studies exist about the prevalence and incidence of autoimmune blistering disease (AIBD) in HIV infected patients. Various case reports have been published, though the overall frequency appears to be low. The aim of this project is to investigate the frequency of various autoantibodies specific for various ...

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Study of PRO 140 SC as Single Agent Maintenance Therapy in Virally Suppressed Subjects With CCR5-tropic HIV-1 Infection

The primary objective is to assess the treatment strategy of using PRO 140 SC as long-acting, single-agent maintenance therapy for the chronic suppression of CCR5-tropic HIV-1 infection. In addition, the prognostic factors of therapeutic success of PRO 140 monotherapy will be evaluated. The secondary objective of the trial is to ...

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Immediate Initiation of Antiretroviral Therapy During "Hyperacute" HIV Infection

Although ART decreases HIV-associated mortality, it does not appear to completely restore immune health, for reasons that remain unclear. In addition, while HIV prevention approaches have led to significant successes in decreasing the incidence of new HIV infection over the past few years, the epidemic continues to grow both locally ...

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A Novel Regimen to Prevent Malaria and STI in Pregnant Women With HIV

The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends malaria prophylaxis for all pregnant women living in endemic areas in order to reduce maternal anemia, low birth weight and perinatal mortality by 25-45%. The most commonly used regimen is intermittently dosed sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine (SP).Unfortunately, SP prophylaxis is contraindicated for HIV-infected pregnant women since co-administration ...

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Reducing HIV Risk Among Adolescents: Evaluating HEART for Teens

This study evaluates an educational web-based intervention designed to increase adolescent boys' and girls' motivation and skills to engage in safer sexual behavior (HEART: Health Education and Relationship Training). Half of participants will receive HEART and half of participants will receive Growing Minds, an attention-matched control website focused on growth ...

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