T-cells

T-cells - Idil Ahmed Professor Nebel SCI 110 01-16-06...

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Idil Ahmed Professor Nebel SCI 110 01-16-06 Concorde and Project Inform The Concorde study which was conducted in 1988, it was one of the largest study that were conducted. The study was out there it was doubled blinded, and placebo controlled AZT. Clinics and patients had no idea who was getting the placebo or who was getting the AZT. It was basically immediate vs. deferred; the immediate group was the group that received the AZT daily and the deferred group were the group that received the placebo until they develop the disease. This trial was mainly conducted to see if AZT beneficial treatment before symptoms appeared. It was evidential that the survival rate was higher in 92% of the people in Concorde study who has been taking the AZT for over two years were still very and also for those who were put on the drug later. What the PI Perspective pushed for was to get AZT available to AIDS patients as soon as possible even though many didn’t know the results it can have on the individuals
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