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What is the effect of self-identified HIV activism in willingness to participate in HIV cure-related clinical trials? Results from the ANRS-APSEC study.

Abstract : Enrolling people living with HIV with undetectable viral load into HIV cure-related clinical trials (HCRCT) is challenging. Few data are currently available about the individual factors that influence willingness to participate in HCRCT (WPHCRCT). We hypothesised that WPHCRCT would be more frequent among people living with HIV considering themselves HIV activists. The objective of this study was to investigate the individual characteristics associated with both WPHCRCT and self-identification as an HIV activist.
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Marion Fiorentino, Christel Protière, Luis Sagaon-Teyssier, Mohamed S. A. Mohamed, Lisa Fressard, et al.. What is the effect of self-identified HIV activism in willingness to participate in HIV cure-related clinical trials? Results from the ANRS-APSEC study.. Journal of Virus Eradication, 2019, 5 (3), pp.152-162. ⟨hal-02466813⟩

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