Please Note: This is an observational study and is designed to examine and link HIV/AIDS information drawn from databases across CanadaLearn More
CTN 239: Phase II study of AGS-004 an immunotherapeutic agent in combination with ART followed by ART interruption
A phase II study testing the activity and safety of AGS-004 as an immunotherapeutic in successfully ART-treated subjects infected with HIV-1 in combination with ART followed by ART interruption: Trial resultsLearn More
A pilot study (Phase I/II) testing the immunologic activity and safety of AGS-004, an autologous HIV immunotherapeutic, in HIV-infected adults on HAART: Trial resultsLearn More
A multicenter randomized, double-blind, controlled study of NGX-4010 for the treatment of painful HIV-associated neuropathy: Trial resultsLearn More
A Comparison of Two Ways to Manage Anti-HIV TreatmentLearn More
CTN Trials have been approved by the Community Advisory Committee of the Canadian HIV Trials Network and the Network’s Scientific Review Committee, or other national peer-review panels such as those at the Canadian Institutes of Health Research and the U.S. National Institutes of Health. CTNPT studies are small-scale investigations designed to determine the feasibility of research concepts, and do not all go through the regular CTN clinical trial review process. For information on the benefits and risks of participating in HIV clinical trials, call CATIE toll-free at 1-800-263-1638.