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Compounds with Potential Activity to Prevent or Treat HIV and Other Sexually Transmitted Infections: A Landscape Review

Compounds with Potential Activity to Prevent or Treat HIV and Other Sexually Transmitted Infections: A Landscape Review

In 2019, the IMPT facilitated a process to inform strategic actions for advancing non-hormonal MPTs. A priority action area, which emerged from this process, is to identify and stimulate research for anti-infective approaches targeting HIV and other STIs that could be combined with contraceptives as MPTs.

To further stimulate MPT innovation and connect researchers working on compounds that have the potential to become active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) in future MPTs, this review aims to summarize the anti-infective agents in development with activity against HIV or other STIs.

The report was originally published in July 2021 and updated in September 2022.

July 2021

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Compounds with Potential Activity to Prevent or Treat HIV and Other Sexually Transmitted Infections: A Landscape Review

July, 2021
In this Report:
Topic(s):

  • Compounds with Multiple Potential Activities

Full Info:


Resource Type:

Report
Reports

Authors: Young Holt, Bethany; Moore, Susanna; Yang, Katherine; Hemmerling, Anke

Health Risks(s):

  • Bacterial Vaginosis
  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhea
  • HIV
  • HSV
  • STI / STD
  • Trichomoniasis

Product type(s):

  • Antibodies
  • ARVs
  • HIVtreatment
  • Microbicide
  • MPTs

Topic(s):

  • MPTs
  • Development
  • Trials

Region(s)

  • Global

Additional Keywords:

API, Landscape, Compound, Compounds, agent, MPT, STI, HIV

URL of resource:

https://theimpt.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/Compounds-Prevent-Treat-HIV-Other-STIs-Landscape-Sept-2022-IMPT.pdf

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