TITLE

No Treatment versus 24 or 60 Weeks of Antiretroviral Treatment during Primary HIV Infection: The Randomized Primo-SHM Trial

AUTHOR(S)
Grijsen, Marlous L.; Steingrover, Radjin; Wit, Ferdinand W. N. M.; Jurriaans, Suzanne; Verbon, Annelies; Brinkman, Kees; van der Ende, Marchina E.; Soetekouw, Robin; de Wolf, Frank; Lange, Joep M. A.; Schuitemaker, Hanneke; Prins, Jan M.
PUB. DATE
March 2012
SOURCE
PLoS Clinical Trials;Mar2012, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In a three-arm randomized trial conducted among adult patients in HIV treatment centers in The Netherlands, Marlous Grijsen and colleagues examine the effects of temporary combination antiretroviral therapy during primary HIV infection.
ACCESSION #
88146149

 

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