HIV Medication

Medical Condition: HIV

Facility/Clinic: PMG Research of Wilmington

Age: 18 or older

Gender: Male/Female


A research study is being conducted to learn if a combination of two investigational medications, taken every 2 months, can keep the amount of HIV virus in your body at low levels compared to a combination of three HIV medications, taken daily as a single tablet.

You may be able to participate in the study if you: 

•    Have been diagnosed with HIV that is controlled (suppressed) by your current HIV medications

•    Have been on the same HIV medications and doses for at least 6 months (approximately)

Other criteria apply. 

Investigational medications and study-related tests and procedures will be provided at no cost.

Enrollment: Open

Patient Commitment Duration: Study participation will last 1 year, with the potential to enter an extension phase of the study after that

Number of visits in study: Approximately 18 clinic visits

Patient Compensation: Financial compensation may be provided for time and travel expenses

Apply for this study below:

The team at WH Research can guide interested clinical research participants through the process of enrolling in a trial.
Please call 910-799-5500 between the hours of 8am-5pm for general research questions.