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Candidate strategies that meet certain criteria in laboratory and animal studies move into clinical trials in humans. Clinical trials enroll human volunteers to evaluate scientific or medical interventions like drugs, vaccines and other treatments.

These trials are necessary to understand whether an intervention, like a vaccine or pill, is a viable prevention strategy in people.
This section provides information on the following:
  • the clinical trials process (how experimental candidates are tested in people), 
  • links to information on the full research process (from basic science to implementation)
  • and information on ongoing and completed biomedical HIV prevention clinical trials

The intervention-specific trials sections (see left) include trials tables, trial result details and trial-specific pages that include in-depth coverage of specific trials or products.
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