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START Publications 2016

  1. Early Antiretroviral Therapy at High CD4 Counts Does Not Improve Arterial Elasticity: A Substudy of the Strategic Timing of Antiretroviral Treatment (START) Trial.  J Baker,  KH Hullsiek, NW Engen, R Nelson, P Chetchotisakd, J Gerstoft, H Jessen, M Losso,  N Markowitz, P Munderi, A Papadopoulos,  J Shuter, C Rappoport, MT Pearson, E Finley, A Babiker, S Emery, D Duprez, for the INSIGHT START Arterial Elasticity Substudy Team.
    Oxford Journals. Open Forum Infectipus Diseases. October 2016. Article

In Press:


  1. Pulmonary effects of immediate versus deferred antiretroviral treatment in HIV-positive persons with CD4+ T cell counts >500 cells/mm3: A randomised, controlled trial. Kunisaki K et al. 
    Lancet Resp Med
  2. Improved quality of life with immediate initiation of antiretroviral therapy in the strategic timing of antiretroviral therapy trial.
    AR Lifson, B Grund, EM Gardner, R Kaplan, E Denning, N Engen, CL Carey, F Chen, S Dao, E Florence, J Sanz, S Emery; INSIGHT START Study Group.
    AIDS. 2017 Jan. Abstract