In the study, AGS-004 was safe and well tolerated with no additional risks observed during structured treatment interruption (STI).
What does STI stand for?
STI stands for Structured Treatment Interruption
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Stationary Target Indicator
- Steel Tank Institute
- Steel Tube Institute of North America
- Still Image Architecture
- Straight Times Interactive (Singapore)
- Straits Times Index
- Strategic Technologies for the Internet
- Strategic Traffic Information
- Strategic Treatment Interruption
- Structured Telephone Interview
- Subaru Technica Institute
- Subaru Technica International
- Subaru Tecnica International (Tokyo, Japan)
- Subaru Turbo Israel (Israel)
- Subject to Inspection (real estate)
- Subrate Transmit Interchange (AT&T)
- Subterranean Target Identification
- Summer Theater Institute
- Summer Transportation Institute (educational program; US DOT)
- Summing Telephone Interface
Samples in periodicals archive:
I'm sure you've seen the study that Bret Rudy published on a structured treatment interruption of 4 days on meds and 3 days off.
Although the trial found that patients in the structured treatment interruption arm had more serious adverse events, the interruptions were terminated once this was determined and all patients were put on continuous therapy.
The literature on structured treatment interruptions provides little guidance in this regard.
Expansion of pre-terminally differentiated CD8 T cells in chronic HIV-positive patients presenting a rapid viral rebound during structured treatment interruption.
Recent studies have examined structured treatment interruptions (STIs) to see if they are safe and if they benefit HIV+ patients.
Structured Treatment Interruptions (STI's) For the past several years there has been a great deal of discussion about STI's or taking a break from treatment.
But the growing popularity of drug holidays has alarmed some doctors, researchers, and public health experts, who worry that taking the breathers, also known as structured treatment interruptions (STIs), is a recipe for viral disaster.