Are you interested in a study aimed at improving your immune system?
We are conducting a 28-week study that will determine whether an FDA approved drug called Isotretinoin can help improve the immune system by repairing some of the damage caused by the effects of HIV.
You can join if you are:
Romidepsin A5315 (PDF)
This study will test whether one dose of a drug called Romidepsin will wake up the sleeping or hidden virus so it could be attacked by anti-HIV medications.
This study is testing a new way to treat HIV infection in people who are not getting good enough results from their HIV medications. By modifying genes in your blood stem cells, your body will build new immune cells that cannot be infected with HIV.
For questions or to set up an appointment, contact us at (310) 557-9062 or CAREOutreach@mednet.ucla.edu