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Ten Clinical Trials That Really Matter

Top 10 trials that were "game changers."

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This AIDS-specialist offers his rank-order list of the top 10 HIV clinical trials that really made a difference. The trials differ substantially in design, size, and focus, but they all were “game changers.”

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