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The MAINTAIN Study

Could micronutrients help slow the progression of HIV?

December 2009 - The Canadian HIV Trials Network and the Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN) are funding a double-blind, placebo-controlled randomized clinical trial of K-PAX Immune Support Formula in antiviral-naive HIV-infected patients.

Canadian HIV(+) patients with CD4 counts between 350 - 800 CD4 cells who are not yet taking antiviral medications are eligible to participate in this study.

The MAINTAIN study will examine if mega-miconutrient supplementation of untreated individuals living with HIV versus a standard multivatimin will slow HIV progression.


ELIGIBILITY

If you are living with HIV and have not started therapy you may want to join a study testing the role of micro-nutrient supplements in the medical management of HIV.

  • Have CD4 count between 375-750

  • Have never been on antiretroviral therapy


  • Other criteria apply

    FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT

    http://www.kpaxpharm.com/canadastudy.html

    http://www.hivnet.ubc.ca/e/clinicaltrials/A238.html


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