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Clinical Trails

Newly Infected


If You Think You Have Been Newly Infected with HIV

If you have been newly infected with HIV, you may be eligible to participate in one of our clinical trials with The Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center Primary Infection Program. Primary infection refers to a newly-established HIV infection. We are interested in seeing people who are within 6 months of contracting HIV. Please click the links below for more information about our open trials. Also, be sure to check out the Frequently Asked Questions section to learn more about being newly infected with HIV and participating in a trial with the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center. If you are interested in participating, please contact Melissa La Mar at 212-327-7280 or e-mail her at mlamar@adarc.org.


Clinical Trials for Acutely Infected Patients



Currently, there are no clinical trials for newly infected persons.