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Cancer-Killing Virus Looks Promising
Cancer-Killing Virus Looks Promising
In March, the television news show 60 Minutes devoted a segment to a clinical trial using polio virus to treat glioblastoma multiforme. The segment called "Killing Cancer" did a good job of illustrating the potential power of this new treatment as well as the problems associated with glioblastoma multiforme which typically kills patients in a matter of months.
4-Year HIV Antiretroviral Study Ends with Clear-Cut Results
The first large-scale clinical trial of its kind has confirmed big news when it comes to treatment for patients with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
Conclusion and Final Thoughts on Optimizing Outcomes in HIV Treatment
Here, the panelists offer their final take-home points on optimizing outcomes in HIV treatment for viewers.
Treatment-Naïve Patients with HIV
This segment focuses first on the SPRING-2 trial in treatment-naïve patients, followed by a discussion of the SAILING trial, which studied a treatment-resistant population. SPRING-2 was one of the key phase 3 studies in a treatment-naïve population.

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