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Breaking down HIV exclusions in cancer clinical trials

As an eligibility barrier cracks, a lung cancer patient gets a new lease on life.

Published
10 June 2019
From
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Half of H.I.V. Patients Are Women. Most Research Subjects Are Men.

Trials of vaccines and treatments have not included enough female participants. Now that scientists are exploring possible cures, the need to enroll women is greater than ever.

Published
31 May 2019
From
New York Times
UCSD has not told women with HIV of data breach, despite researchers' pleas

University of California San Diego officials stonewalled attempts to notify women in an HIV research study that their confidential data was breached more than seven months ago, an inewsource investigation has found. UCSD researchers conducting the EmPower Women study told university officials in October that participants’ names, audio-taped conversations and other sensitive materials were made accessible to everyone working at Christie’s Place, a San Diego nonprofit supporting women with HIV and AIDS.

Published
15 May 2019
From
inewsource
Analytical treatment interruptions: minimising the risks and maximising their scientific value

Recommendations for the safe and appropriate use of ‘analytical treatment interruptions’ have been developed by a group of HIV experts, including clinicians, patient advocates, bioethicists, social scientists and

Published
15 May 2019
By
Alain Volny-Anne
Despite Uptick, Black and Latinx People Have Relatively Low Participation in HIV Vaccine Trials

Black and Latinx people historically have not willfully participated in clinical trials in high numbers. Medical mistrust of research and health care institutions has long been a problem for conducting biomedical research. So what's causing the racial disparities in research participation, and what are researchers doing about it?

Published
14 May 2019
From
The Body Pro
The largest study involving transgender people is providing long-sought insights about their health

The research examines once taboo questions about the impacts of gender transition. The European Network for the Investigation of Gender Incongruence (ENIGI) is the largest scientific study of transgender people in the world, now with 2600 participants, and is unique because it is prospective, studying the impact of hormone and other therapies on their health over the long term.

Published
25 April 2019
From
Nature
Why Do Study Participants Misreport Their HIV Status?

Why do some study volunteers misreport their HIV status to researchers? Maybe they misunderstood the conditions for incentive payments or the question itself, speculated the authors of a recent study on the subject. Or maybe the questions were not phrased in a way that is easy for laypersons to understand, countered David Malebranche, M.D., M.P.H., of Morehouse School of Medicine.

Published
24 April 2019
From
The Body Pro
Effective HIV Interventions Have Changed the Approach to Trials

In the past, individuals who were at high risk for HIV infection and who were enrolled in placebo-controlled prevention trials had been typically randomly assigned to either an experimental agent or placebo. However, that trial design—and the way those trials were interpreted—has shifted. This was the topic of discussion during David Dunn’s session yesterday at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) 2019. Dunn is a researcher at University College London in the United Kingdom.

Published
11 March 2019
From
Infectious Diseases Consultant
HIV-positive participant in vaccine study passes virus to sexual partner during treatment interruption

An HIV-positive man transmitted HIV to his sexual partner after interrupting antiretroviral therapy as part of a research study into a therapeutic vaccine, French scientists reported in

Published
01 March 2019
By
Roger Pebody
Mind the Gap: The Burden of HIV Among Racial and Ethnic Minority Groups and Their Participation in Preventive HIV Vaccine Clinical Trials

An analysis conducted by the HIV Vaccine Trials Network (HVTN) observed an overall increase in the proportion of racial and ethnic minorities enrolled in Phase 1 and Phase 2A preventive HIV vaccine clinical trials in the United States between 2002 and 2016 compared to 1988 to 2002. The findings were published on December 5, 2018 in Public Health Reports.

Published
16 February 2019
From
HIV Vaccine Trials Network
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