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HIV Prevention Expert Dr. Timothy Mastro Speaks on Future of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis at International AIDS Conference
Date:7/28/2008

d for research on female-controlled HIV prevention methods in the face of negative results from some recent clinical trials. Other presentations at the session will include "Future Promising Microbicidal Products: What to Learn from the In Vitro Work," "ART-Containing Vaginal Microbicides in the Clinical Pipeline: A Status of the Studies," and "The Use of Oral and Topical PREP at Population Level: What Are the Issues?"

Other notable FHI presentations at the International AIDS Conference include:

"Meeting the Sexual and Reproductive Health Needs of People Living with HIV: Critical to Human Rights and Prevention" by Ms. Rose Wilcher

Sunday, August 3, 2008

3:45-5:45 p.m. in Skills Building Room 5

"Vaccines and Microbicides: Where Do We Go From Here?" by Dr. Lut Van Damme
Monday, August 4, 2008

11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. in Session Room 1

Family Health International

Family Health International (FHI) has been at the forefront of international public health initiatives since 1971. With a staff of 2,200 working in more than 65 countries, FHI leads and supports research and programs that address the most pressing public health needs of the developing world - HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment; reproductive health; malaria; tuberculosis; and avian influenza as well as other chronic and infectious diseases. FHI's work is made possible by close relationships with funding partners, host-country governments, non-governmental organizations, research institutions and universities, community and faith-based groups, and private-sector organizations.

Contact: Tae Crotty

Director of Communications

1-571-225-5819

tcrotty@fhi.org


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