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In this recent research, the authors randomized 400 patients who were recently identified as having HIV and had never before used antiretroviral therapy to get adherence counseling only; alarm device alone; both adherence counseling and alarm device together; and a control group that received neither adherence counseling nor alarm device. Individuals had baseline blood levels and every six months for the duration of the study-18 months. After starting HIV treatment, patients returned to the analysis clinic on a monthly basis with their pill bottles for the analysis pharmacist to count and recorded the number of supplements staying in the bottle.Diane V. Havlir, M.D., Michelle A. Kendall, M.S., Prudence Ive, M.D., Johnstone Kumwenda, M.B., B.S., Susan Swindells, M.B., B.S., Sarojini S. Qasba, M.D., Anne F. Luetkemeyer, M.D., Evelyn Hogg, B.A., James F. Rooney, M.D., Xingye Wu, M.S., Mina C. Hosseinipour, M.D., Umesh Lalloo, M.B., Ch.B., Valdilea G. Veloso, M.D., Fatuma F. Some, M.B., Ch.B., N. Kumarasamy, M.D., Nesri Padayatchi, M.D., Breno R. Santos, M.D., Stewart Reid, M.D., James Hakim, M.B., Ch.B., Lerato Mohapi, M.D., Peter Mugyenyi, M.D., Jorge Sanchez, M.D., Javier R.