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Living with HIV


If You Are Living With HIV

If you are living with HIV, you may be eligible to participate in one of our clinical trials. Please click the links below if you would like more information about our open trials. If you are interested in participating, please contact Melissa La Mar at 212-327-7280 or e-mail her at mlamar@adarc.org.

Clinical Trials for Patients Living with HIV



(MMA-0776)
Immune Activation HIV Positive IDUĀ 
The goal of this study is to learn how injecting drugs may affect the immune system of people who are infected with HIV-1. The reason for doing this research is to determine how injecting drugs can affect the response to HIV treatments in HIV-positive people.

(EMI-0829)
Simultaneous Disruption of Latency and Immune Enhancement by Poly-ICLC during HIV-1 Infection


This is a randomized, double-blinded, 2-arm study comparing administration of subcutaneous Poly-ICLC (HiltonolĀ®, Oncovir) versus placebo in HIV-1 infected subjects on cART.