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Janssen study shows patient satisfaction with HIV trial

5th June 2013

Janssen has highlighted data from a survey showing the high level of satisfaction experienced by participants in a recent phase IIIb HIV drug trial.

The company recently questioned a group of people involved in the Grace study – the largest ever trial of previously-treated adult women with HIV to examine gender differences in response to therapy – in order assess their experiences.

It was found that 96 percent of survey respondents would recommend participation in a clinical trial to others, with key benefits including access to treatments and support from study staff as positive factors.

The majority of those involved said they had become more focused on their health and were able to receive continued treatment after the trial was concluded.

Dr Bryan Baugh, medical director at Janssen Therapeutics, said: "We want to commend everyone who helped us develop the study and the investigators who helped to make being in the study a positive experience for many participants."

Last month, the company revealed that it will be submitting more than ten new product filings and implementing in excess of 25 significant brand line extensions within the next four years, thus furthering its efforts to expand its portfolio.ADNFCR-8000103-ID-801594721-ADNFCR

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