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Prevention of Multiple Reproductive Health Indications

Prevention of Multiple Reproductive Health Indications
15-18 April 2012
Sydney, Australia

This panel explored MPT products’ role and potential in sexual and reproductive health, and the demographics relevant to diverse unmet needs. The panel also discussed the necessary attributes of high-impact products, the opportunities and challenges inherent in their development, and the pipeline of products in development.

Selected Presentations:
Gabelnick, H.L. Evolution of multipurpose protection: the need to combine HIV prevention and RH efforts
Rees, H. The role and potential impact of multi-indication products in sub-Saharan Africa
Chandhiok, N. & Wu, A. Multi indication RH products in India and China: their role and potential impact
Romano, J. High-impact products: Necessary attributes, development prospects, and challenges

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