ACTU

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ACTU

AIDS Clinical Trials Unit. An NIH-sponsored clinic which has close ties with a major medical centre, and serves as the brick and mortar “storefront” for research trials in HIV and AIDS. ACTUs are staffed by specialised nurses, doctors, and support staff, and work with research clients and primary care physicians to coordinate the HIV care of individual HIV-infected patients.
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In addition to the AIDS Clinical Trials Unit, Case Western Reserve University is home to one of 20 Centers for AIDS Research (CFAR) located in the United States.
GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer Central Research, Middlesex University Hospital in London and was a clinical investigator in the AIDS clinical trials unit at New York University.
31 /PRNewswire/ -- Georgetown University Medical Center was informed today it will receive more than $11 million over four years from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) to become an Adult AIDS Clinical Trials Unit.
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