Obesity and Healthy Thinking Study This study is being done to learn if Egrifta may improve brain function in HIV positive people with abdominal obesity, which increases the risk for impaired thinking. Call Rod Hagan at 760.507.3321
REPRIEVE Randomized Trial to Prevent Vascular Events in HIV
People living with HIV are 50–100% more likely to develop heart disease (including heart attack and stroke) than people without HIV. REPRIEVE is a clinical research trial exploring long-term prevention of heart disease among people living with HIV. Call: 1-877-29-HEART Leah Lane 760-834-7949
Clinicians at Eisenhower Medical Center continue to take part in groundbreaking research, including: interventional cardiology, orthopedics, novel biotherapies in oncology, targeted therapies base on molecular profile of cancer, early detection of cancer via specialized imaging, drugs aimed at improving survival of HIV patients, and use of integrative therapies to reduce side effects related to cancer treatment.