Aligning HIV Prevention R&D With Efforts To Improve Women’s, Girls’ Health Essential To Ending AIDS Epidemic

Global Health Technologies Coalition’s “Breakthroughs”: Transforming the lives of women and girls in sub-Saharan Africa and helping end AIDS through better HIV prevention research and development
In a guest post, Tom Harmon, senior policy analyst at the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI), and Anna Forbes, a writer, policy analyst, and advocate for women’s HIV prevention needs, discuss “a new policy brief ‘Research and Development of New Biomedical HIV Prevention Tools for Women and Girls: Combating the global AIDS epidemic through a more empowered response in sub-Saharan Africa’ that summarizes findings and recommendations for improved HIV prevention research with and for women and girls…” (Chmiola, 12/9).

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