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CONRAD receives $28.5M Gates Foundation grant for HIV prevention research
Date:11/30/2007

sexual transmission of HIV.

The microbicide field has accumulated a wealth of experience and understanding that is critical for accelerating progress toward an effective microbicide, said Dr. Gustavo Doncel, Director of Preclinical Research at CONRAD. The contributions of the Gates Foundation have created a synergy within the microbicide field that we hope will result in the development of a tool that will be a major advance in the fight against HIV.

Even if the first microbicide that is approved is not 100% effective, modeling studies suggest that it could still have a major impact on public health, provided it is used in combination with other HIV prevention methods.


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