Naltrexone for Opioid Dependent Released Human Immunodeficiency Virus Positive (HIV+) Criminal Justice Populations (New Hope)
Diseases and Conditions Researched
AIDS; Drug Dependence; HIV; Opioid Dependency
What is the purpose of this trial?
Specific Aim: To conduct a randomized, placebo-controlled trial of extended release-naltrexone (XR-NTX) among Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infected prisoners meeting Diagnostic Statistical Manual IV (DSM-IV) criteria for opioid dependence who are transitioning from the structure of a correctional setting to the community.
i. XR-NTX will result in improved HIV clinical outcomes, including lower changes in HIV-1 RNA levels, higher CD4 counts and higher rates of retention in care.
ii. XR-NTX will result in improved opioid treatment outcomes, including longer time to opioid relapse, lower addiction severity and lower craving for opioid.
iii. XR-NTX will result in reduced drug- and sex-related HIV risk behaviors compared to the control group.
iv. XR-NTX will result in decreased rates of reincarceration after 12 months of release to the community.
This trial accepts healthy volunteers.
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|Sponsor:||National Institutes of Health|
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