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Health Economics Research on Non-surgical Biomedical HIV Prevention: Identifying Gaps and Proposing a Way Forward

Although HIV prevention science has advanced over the last four decades, evidence suggests that prevention technologies do not always reach their full potential. Critical health economics evidence at appropriate decision-making junctures, particularly early in the development process, could help identify and address potential barriers to the eventual uptake of future HIV prevention products. This paper aims to identify key evidence gaps and propose health economics research priorities for the field of HIV non-surgical biomedical prevention.

March 2023

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Although HIV prevention science has advanced over the last four decades, evidence suggests that prevention technologies do not always reach their full potential. Critical health economics evidence at appropriate decision-making junctures, particularly early in the development process, could help identify and address potential barriers to the eventual uptake of future HIV prevention products. This paper aims to identify key evidence gaps and propose health economics research priorities for the field of HIV non-surgical biomedical prevention.

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Authors: Torres-Rueda, S., Terris-Prestholt, F., Gafos, M., Indravudh, P.P., Giddings, R., Bozzani, F., Quaife, M., Ghazaryan, L., Mann, C., Osborne, C. and Kavanagh, M.

Health Risks(s):

  • HIV

Topic(s):

  • Collective Impact

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