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IPM's Ring Study Results Published in New England Journal of Medicine

The International Partnership for Microbicides (IPM) announced today that The New England Journal of Medicine ( NEJM ) has published results from The Ring Study, a Phase III clinical trial of IPM’s vaginal ring to prevent HIV. The study’s key findings, announced earlier this year, show that a vaginal ring that slowly releases the antiretroviral drug (ARV) dapivirine over the course of one month...


HIV: Why Young African Women are Most at Risk

CNN describes the disproportionate burden of new HIV infections young women, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa, are facing. It focuses on the need to address stigma and discrimination, along with patriarchal practices which often restrict women from negotiating safe sex. 


Drugs not Enough to Fight Global HIV/AIDS Crisis

Although drugs have allowed for longer and healthier lives for those living with HIV, drugs alone are not the end-all solution to addressing the HIV epidemic. This article stresses the importance of supporting community-based organizations in their fight to provide home-care, support groups, education, counseling and more necessary services to prevent new infections and ensure those living with...


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Recent Resource

The Promise of the Ring for Women's HIV Prevention

A new, monthly vaginal ring developed by the International Partnership for Microbicides (IPM) is the...

HIV Prevention among Adolescent Girls and Young Women

The purpose of this report is to guide policymakers, planners, implementers of HIV prevention...

Adolescent Girls Empowerment Program (AGEP): Health and Life Skills Curriculum

Many adolescents and young women in Zambia are faced with economic and social barriers, lack of...

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