FHI 360 Post Discusses History, Global Health Community’s Reaction To Results Of ECHO Trial

FHI 360’s “R&E Search for Evidence”: What is the global health community saying about the ECHO trial results?
Corey White, managing editor of R&E Search for Evidence and communications specialist in the Chief Science Office at FHI 360, discusses the history and results of the ECHO (Evidence for Contraceptive Options and HIV Outcomes) trial, which studied whether the birth control method Depo Provera, along with two other methods, increased women’s risk of contracting HIV. White also highlights the global health community’s reaction to the results (7/17).

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