People Living With HIV


Title: A5391: Doravirine for Persons with Excessive Weight Gain while taking Integrase Inhibitors and Tenofovir Alafenamide (TAF): The DO-IT Study Click here for printable participant summary. Description: Weight gain after starting anti-HIV medicines is common, but recent studies have found that taking certain medicines may cause increased weight more than […]

A5391: Doravirine for Persons with Excessive Weight Gain on Integrase ...


Title: A5386: Safety, Tolerability, and Efficacy of IL-15 Superagonist (N-803) With and Without Combination Broadly Neutralizing Antibodies to Induce HIV-1 Control in the Reservoirs During Analytic Treatment Interruption Purpose: Researchers are looking for ways to get rid of HIV that rests hidden in areas of the body (reservoirs) where current […]

A5386, a clinical trial to control HIV in a new ...



Title: A5379 BEEHIVE B-Enhancement of HBV Vaccination in Persons Living with HIV (BEe-HIVe) Description Hepatitis B is a serious viral infection that affects the liver and is transmitted through blood and body fluids. Although there is a vaccination for hepatitis B, sometimes the vaccines do not work well for people […]

A5379: BEEHIVE, a Hepatitis-B Vaccine Study for People Living with ...


Latitude Study A5359: Long-acting injectable anti-HIV medicine April 30, 2019 The CWRU/UH AIDS Clinical Trials Unit announced today the opening of a new clinical trial for people living with HIV called the Latitude study. The study will be the first in northeast Ohio to use long-acting, injectable anti-HIV medicines. The […]

Latitude Study A5359: Long-acting, injectable ART



Protocol Summary: Trio (ACTG5377) is a Phase I, first-in-human, ascending-dose study of a tri-specific broadly neutralizing antibody, in participants living with HIV. This trial will look at a human-made antibody called SAR441236. Unlike the antibodies created by a person’s immune system that attach to HIV at one part, SAR441236 has […]

Trio A5377: A Phase I, first-in-human, ascending-dose study of a ...


Protocol Summary: This study will compare the use of long-acting, injectable anti-HIV medicines with anti-HIV medicines in daily pill form for people living with HIV who have not been previously adherent (keeping up) with their anti-HIV medicines in daily pill form. Purpose of This Study: Anti-HIV medicines taken as pills […]

Latitude A5359: To see if long-acting, injectable ARTs are helpful ...