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Trial Designs for Evaluating Combination HIV Prevention Approaches

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The multi-arm design is useful for evaluating single factor regimens, while the all-in-one and factorial designs are sensitive in assessing the overall efficacy when there is interest in combining individual component regimens anticipated to have complementary mechanisms. The factorial design is a preferred approach when assessing combination regimens due to its favorable power properties and since it is the only design providing direct insights about the contribution of individual components to the combination approach’s overall efficacy and about potential interactions.

July 23, 2020
HIV Research & Clinical Practice