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New Developments in Barrier Contraception: Implications for Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (MPTs)

New Developments in Barrier Contraception: Implications for Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (MPTs)
14 November 2015

Panel session at the 2015 North American Forum on Family Planning in Chicago, IL

This panel presented on the promising application of new contraceptive barrier methods in MPT development, and provided an outline of the MPT field as a whole.

Bethany Young Holt (IMPT)
Michelle Forcier (Alpert School of Medicine, Brown University)

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Young Holt, B., Forcier, M.,
In this Presentation:
Health Risk(s):
  • STI / STD
  • Unintended Pregnancy
  • Product Type(s):
  • Cervical Barrier
  • Contraceptives
  • Hormonal Contraceptives
  • MPTs
  • Topic(s):
  • MPTs
  • Product Development
  • Reproductive Health
  • Region(s):
  • Global
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