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MPT Product Prioritization Stakeholder Meeting

MPT Product Prioritization Stakeholder Meeting
26 October 2012
Washington, DC, USA

This meeting considered the recommendations generated by the IMPT’s Scientific Advisory Working Group (SAWG), which included stakeholders in family planning, reproductive health, and HIV prevention. The SAWG evaluated and presented a comprehensive list of MPT products and component products, which informed an expert review from three perspectives: 1) technical and regulatory, 2) acceptability and uptake, and 3) delivery and access. The robust sequence of research, analysis, and review, have resulted in a finalized summary of priority investments for advancing the MPT pipeline and addressing gaps in the pipeline.

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