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Multipurpose Prevention Technologies Round Table

Multipurpose Prevention Technologies Round Table
31 October 2014
Cape Town, South Africa

HIV R4P 2014 was selected to be the venue for a no-host reception to celebrate the release of the BJOG MPT supplement, as well as a roundtable discussion and satellite session around MPTs. Building the movement for MPTs, leaders in the field shared their expertise about regulatory considerations for developing MPT products and study designs for evaluating MPT product efficacy. It also steered discussions about how HIV prevention trials and emerging areas in immunity can inform the MPT field, thus addressing the gaps between research and development, the product market, and MPT advocacy.

View BJOG supplement entitled “Multipurpose prevention technologies: Maximising positive synergies”
View session webcasts and slides

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