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Prevention with a Twist: Developing MPTs with the End-User in Mind

Prevention with a Twist: Developing MPTs with the End-User in Mind
20-22 March 2018
Brussels, Belgium

Briefly providing a background on MPTs, this presentation centered around the importance of incorporating end-user research at each stage of product development. Featuring lessons learned from the microbicide field and the product pipeline, it delivered key messages from the latest end-user studies and demonstrated the growth of investment and support from U.S. agencies, especially since late 2017.

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