The Research + Education Group (R+E) is currently conducting a number of HIV studies, and we have several about to open. We offer free HIV consultation, information about our latest clinical trials, and can also provide referral information and resources. Please call us Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to find out about our latest studies. We are happy to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced nurses involved in HIV research to discuss possible consideration for any ongoing or upcoming studies.
What is an HIV or AIDS Clinical Trial?
- A Clinical Trial tests how well a given treatment, drug, or drug regimen works on those who have HIV or AIDS;
- A Clinical Trial is a carefully planned and managed medical experiment;
- Before a Clinical Trial is conducted on people, scientists must first have good results for the drug or treatment in laboratory tests and animal studies;
- Finally, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves all new drugs and other medical treatments based on the results of these lab and animal tests and clinical trials.
Why Participate in HIV or AIDS Clinical Trials?
- You will have access to experimental or very new treatments, drugs and regiments;
- You may receive soem or all of your medications and lab tests at no cost to you;
- You will receive free one-on-one consultation and education about your disease;
- You may obtain a free HIV viral load and T-cell count;
- You will be helping others by contributing cutting-edge information about new treatments;
- You will get a free national and local HIV education information and resources packet. >> continued >>