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Submissions from 2019

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Understanding women’s motivations to participate in MTN-003/VOICE, a phase 2b HIV prevention trial with low adherence, Ariana Katz, Barbara Mensch, Kubashini Woeber, Petina Musara, Juliane Etima, and Ariane van der Straten

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Vaginal ring use in a phase 3 microbicide trial: A comparison of objective measures and self-reports of non-adherence in ASPIRE, Barbara Mensch, Barbara Richardson, Marla Husnik, Elizabeth R. Brown, Flavia Matovu Kiweewa, Ashley Mayo, Jared M. Baeten, Thesla Palanee-Phillips, Ariane van der Straten, and MTN-020-ASPIRE Study Team

Submissions from 2018

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Griffithsin carrageenan fast dissolving inserts prevent SHIV HSV-2 and HPV infections in vivo, Nina Derby, Manjari Lal, Meropi Aravantinou, Larisa Kizima, Patrick Barnable, Aixa Rodriguez, Manshun Lai, Asa Wesenberg, Shweta Ugaonkar, Keith Levendosky, Olga Mizenina, Kyle Kleinbeck, Jeffrey D. Lifson, M. Melissa Peet, Zachary Lloyd, Michael Benson, Walid Heneine, Barry R. O'Keefe, Melissa Robbiani, Elena Martinelli, Brooke Grasperge, James Blanchard, Agegnehu Gettie, Natalia Teleshova, José Fernández-Romero, and Thomas Zydowsky

Submissions from 2015

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Learning from women about HIV risk, HIV testing behaviors, and prevention practices in Mpumalanga, South Africa: A descriptive study to inform microbicides introduction, Martha Brady, Saiqa Mullick, Barbara Friedland, Marlena Gehret Plagianos, Linda Du Plessis, and Thabiso Mango

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ARV-based HIV prevention for women: State of the science and considerations for implementation in Zimbabwe. Report from a provider workshop, Population Council

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Introducing antiretroviral (ARV)-based prevention products for women: A guide to strategic decisionmaking and planning, Population Council

Submissions from 2012

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Shaping the operations research agenda for antiretroviral-based prevention products for women: Gels and rings, Martha Brady and C. Elizabeth McGrory

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Nonclinical development needs and regulatory requirements for multipurpose prevention technologies: A primer, Joseph W. Romano, Martha Brady, and Judy Manning

Submissions from 2011

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Constructing a critical path for product development, commercialization, and access, Martha Brady

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Facilitating regulatory approval of multipurpose prevention technologies for sexual and reproductive health, Martha Brady

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Day of dialogue on multipurpose prevention technologies: Toward clarity in nomenclature, Martha Brady and C. Elizabeth McGrory

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What regulatory guidance exists for multipurpose prevention technologies (MPTs)? A review of key guidance documents and their applicability to MPTs, Martha Brady and Heeyoung Park

Submissions from 2008

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Informed consent in HIV prevention trials: Highlights from an international workshop, Population Council

Submissions from 2007

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Day of dialogue—Insights and evidence from product introduction: Lessons for microbicides, Martha Brady and C. Elizabeth McGrory

Submissions from 2006

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Informed Consent in HIV Prevention Trials: Report of an International Workshop, C. Elizabeth McGrory, Barbara Friedland, Cynthia Woodsong, and Kathleen M. MacQueen

Submissions from 2003

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Cultural norms and behavior regarding vaginal lubrication during sex: Implications for the acceptability of vaginal microbicides for the prevention of HIV/STIs, Sarah Braunstein and Janneke van de Wijgert

Submissions from 2002

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Informed consent: From good intentions to sound practices—A report of a seminar, Susan Y. Wood, Barbara Friedland, and C. Elizabeth McGrory

Submissions from 2001

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The case for microbicides: A global priority, Kathy Attawell

Submissions from 1998

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A study of women's preferences regarding the formulation of over-the-counter vaginal spermicides, Christiana Coggins, Christopher J. Elias, Ronachai Atisook, Mary T. Bassett, Virginie Ettiegne-Traore, Peter D. Ghys, Laura Jenkins-Woelk, Earmporn Thongkrajai, and Nancy L. VanDevanter

Submissions from 1994

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Partnership for prevention: A report of a meeting between women's health advocates, program planners, and scientists, Population Council