Continued Antiretroviral Therapy With Abacavir, Amprenavir and Efavirenz
Launched by NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ALLERGY AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES (NIAID) · Nov 3, 1999
Current as of December 10, 2023
In this open-label, single-arm study, HIV-1 infected patients who had, at study entry, a viral burden of at least 500 copies/mL despite 20 weeks of treatment with a protease inhibitor receive combination therapy with three antiretroviral agents that were investigational at the start of study but have since been approved: abacavir, amprenavir, and efavirenz. At the end of 16 weeks, the addition of other antiretroviral agents to the study regimen was permitted. This was originally a multi-center study, but it has been closed at all other sites. It remains open at the NIH to continue to provid...
- INCLUSION/EXCLUSION CRITERIA:
- Subjects who were previously enrolled in this protocol when it was a multi-center study and who signed the new informed consent were enrolled. There has been and will be no other new enrollment. Thus, subjects who were not previously enrolled are excluded.
- Subjects are adults infected with HIV-1 who had, prior to study enrollment, a plasma viral load of at least 500 copies/mL despite at least 20 weeks of treatment with a protease inhibitor and without change in protease inhibitor therapy in the 12 weeks prior to enrollment.
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Immunology at National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
Bethesda, Maryland, United States
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