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Clinical Trials Units selected for newly restructured HIV/AIDS research networks

ve scientific peer review of the CTUs proposed clinical programs and capabilities, including access to populations most affected or threatened by the HIV/AIDS epidemic, particularly women, children, adolescents and people of diverse ethnic or racial backgrounds.

Total funding for the clinical trials networks and the CTUs and their affiliated clinical research sites is expected to reach $285 million during the first year of the awards. This also includes funding for previously existing CTUs and clinical research sites to continue their participation in ongoing studies for a period of time to ensure that there are no gaps in current HIV/AIDS research studies.

Planning for the network restructuring began in October 2001 with extensive consultations between NIAID staff and other researchers, clinicians, patient advocates and people living with or at risk for developing HIV/AIDS.


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Contact: Kathy Stover
kstover@niaid.nih.gov
301-402-1663
NIH/National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
12-Mar-2007


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