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Clinical Trials Knowledgebase

 



Site

 

 


AEGIS

 



Content

 

This
listing provides details of about 300 trials, which are categorised by :

    • location (52 options)

    • ‘type’ of trial participant: men, women, children, HIV negative
      persons, asymptomatic persons, and pregnant women

    • disease or condition: HIV infection, clinical trials involving
      vaccines, opportunistic infections, neurologic manifestations,
      AIDS-related malignancies, and clinical trials involving epidemiology.
      These are further sub-divided as follows:

 

 

  AIDS
dementia complex

Bacterial infections

Candidiasis, oral

Candidiasis

Cervix, dysplasia

Cryptosporidiosis

Cytomegalovirus infections

Cytomegalovirus retinitis

HIV wasting syndrome

HIV infections

Healthy

Leukoencephalopathy,
progressive multifocal

Lymphoma, Non-Hodgkin

Lymphoproliferative disorders

Muscular diseases

Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare infection

Mycoses

Pneumonia, pneumocystis carinii

Sarcoma, Kaposi’s

Tuberculosis 

  AEGIS
is a nonprofit charitable and educational corporation.


Other information available

 

The
site also features background information on clinical trials, a
section called ‘The Basics’ for newly infected people, and many
related links to online trial listings. There are sections on
statistics, news, publications, and a law library.


Access

 

Free.
No password or pre-registration required. To find the clinical trials
knowledgebase, click on ‘Reference’, then the ‘Clinical Trials Finder’
link, found under ‘HIV Reference: Patient’.

Comments This
is described as the largest HIV/AIDS website in the world, and is said
to be updated hourly. The Clinical Trials Knowledgebase is re-dated on
a monthly basis, and has its own keyword or phrase search facility.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Clinical Trial

  

Site

AEGIS

Content

Thislisting provides details of about 300 trials, which are categorised by :

    • location (52 options)
    • ‘type’ of trial participant: men, women, children, HIV negativepersons, asymptomatic persons, and pregnant women
    • disease or condition: HIV infection, clinical trials involvingvaccines, opportunistic infections, neurologic manifestations,AIDS-related malignancies, and clinical trials involving epidemiology.These are further sub-divided as follows:

 

AIDSdementia complexBacterial infectionsCandidiasis, oralCandidiasisCervix, dysplasiaCryptosporidiosisCytomegalovirus infectionsCytomegalovirus retinitisHIV wasting syndromeHIV infectionsHealthy

Leukoencephalopathy,progressive multifocalLymphoma, Non-HodgkinLymphoproliferative disordersMuscular diseasesMycobacterium avium-intracellulare infectionMycosesPneumonia, pneumocystis cariniiSarcoma, Kaposi’sTuberculosis

 

AEGISis a nonprofit charitable and educational corporation.

Other information available

Thesite also features background information on clinical trials, asection called ‘The Basics’ for newly infected people, and manyrelated links to online trial listings. There are sections onstatistics, news, publications, and a law library.

Access

Free.No password or pre-registration required. To find the clinical trialsknowledgebase, click on ‘Reference’, then the ‘Clinical Trials Finder’link, found under ‘HIV Reference: Patient’.

Comments

Thisis described as the largest HIV/AIDS website in the world, and is saidto be updated hourly. The Clinical Trials Knowledgebase is re-dated ona monthly basis, and has its own keyword or phrase search facility.