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    Taxonomy Code: LT-1530.1500

    Programs that provide information about medical research studies currently being conducted with human volunteers that test the efficacy of new drugs, new combinations of existing drugs, new dose schedules and routes of administration, and new ways of integrating multiple treatment modalities. Clinical trials may also assess new screening tests, evaluate the application of new diagnostic tests in choosing treatment regimens, evaluate supportive care methods, test the safety and effectiveness of medical devices, teach lifestyle changes or investigate options for improving the quality of life for people who have serious medical conditions.

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    AIDSINFOProvides answers to questions about HIV/AIDS treatment plus free telephone reference for people with HIV, their families and friends and Health Care providers, and offers updated information from on-line databases and on federally approved drugs. Staffed by information specialists who answer questions on HIV treatment options using federal, national and community based information resources. Provides copies of federally approved HIV/AIDS treatment guidelines, Retrovival Drugs and Information. Contacts, phone numbers, eligibility and locations given for open clinical trials, vaccine trials and prophylaxis for exposed health care workers. Printouts, custom database searches, press releases and relevant pamphlets and booklets are sent to callers via fax, mail, fed-ex, etc. Call for more information.AIDSINFOUNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES-AIDSINFO

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