Deborah Schaible

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Twenty-two normal undergraduate men were administered either d-amphetamine (0.2 mg/kg or 0.4 mg/kg) or placebo in a double-blind, counterbalanced design. The test sessions were exactly three weeks apart and included, among other measures, the Rorschach test. Rorschach anxiety and thought disorder variables were measured under drug and placebo conditions.(More)
BACKGROUND Women, particularly women of color, remain underrepresented in antiretroviral (ARV) clinical trials. To evaluate sex-based differences in darunavir/ritonavir-based therapy, the Gender, Race And Clinical Experience (GRACE) study was designed to enroll and retain a high proportion of women representative of the racial/ethnic demographics of women(More)
OBJECTIVES Increasing life expectancy of HIV-1-infected patients raises interest in how trial results apply to older patients. This post-hoc analysis evaluated potential differences in efficacy and safety in older (≥50 years) versus younger (<50 years) patients in the ECHO and THRIVE trials over 96 weeks. METHODS HIV-infected, treatment-naïve adults were(More)
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