Vol 17, No 3

Supplement 2

Women and ARV-based prevention: opportunities and challenges

Financial support for this supplement was provided by US Agency for International Development (USAID) under the terms of the Preventive Technologies Agreement No. GHO-A-00-09-00016-00. The contents do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.

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Editorial

Women and ARV-based HIV prevention challenges and opportunities PDF HTML EPUB XML
Cynthia W Geary, Elizabeth A Bukusi
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Debate

An interdisciplinary framework for measuring and supporting adherence in HIV prevention trials of ARV-based vaginal rings PDF HTML EPUB XML
Kathleen M MacQueen, Elizabeth E Tolley, Derek H Owen, K Rivet Amico, Kathleen M Morrow, Tom R Moench, David R Friend, Barbara Friedland
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Review

ARV-based HIV prevention for women - where we are in 2014 PDF HTML EPUB XML
Timothy D Mastro, Nirupama Sista, Quarraisha Abdool-Karim
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Research

Perspectives on use of oral and vaginal antiretrovirals for HIV prevention: the VOICE-C qualitative study in Johannesburg, South Africa PDF HTML EPUB XML
Ariane van der Straten, Jonathan Stadler, Ellen Luecke, Nicole Laborde, Miriam Hartmann, Elizabeth T. Montgomery, on behalf of the VOICE-Study Team
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A descriptive analysis of perceptions of HIV risk and worry about acquiring HIV among FEM-PrEP participants who seroconverted in Bondo, Kenya, and Pretoria, South Africa PDF HTML EPUB XML
Amy L Corneli, Kevin McKenna, Jennifer Headley, Khatija Ahmed, Jacob Odhiambo, Joseph Skhosana, Meng Wang, Kawango Agot, for the FEM-PrEP Study Group
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Engaging male partners in women’s microbicide use: evidence from clinical trials and implications for future research and microbicide introduction PDF HTML EPUB XML
Michele Lanham, Rose Wilcher, Elizabeth T Montgomery, Robert Pool, Sidney Schuler, Rachel Lenzi, Barbara Friedland
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Comparing patterns of sexual risk among adolescent and young women in a mixed-method study in Tanzania: implications for adolescent participation in HIV prevention trials PDF HTML EPUB XML
Elizabeth E Tolley, Sylvia Kaaya, Anna Kaale, Anna Minja, Doreen Bangapi, Happy Kalungura, Jennifer Headley, Joy Noel Baumgartner
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Communicating about microbicides with women in mind: tailoring messages for specific audiences PDF HTML EPUB XML
Sekou Sidibe, Allison P Pack, Elizabeth E Tolley, Elizabeth Ryan, Caroline Mackenzie, Emily Bockh, George Githuka
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The importance of choice in the rollout of ARV-based prevention to user groups in Kenya and South Africa: a qualitative study PDF HTML EPUB XML
Natasha Mack, Emily M Evens, Elizabeth E Tolley, Kate Brelsford, Caroline Mackenzie, Cecilia Milford, Jennifer A Smit, Joshua Kimani
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Community and research staff collaboration for development of materials to inform microbicide study participants in Africa PDF HTML EPUB XML
Cynthia Woodsong, John Michael Mutsambi, Smangalisa Ntshele, Peggy Modikoe
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Commentary

WHO guidance grounded in a comprehensive approach to sexual and reproductive health and human rights: topical pre-exposure prophylaxis PDF HTML EPUB XML
Manjula Lusti-Narasimhan, Rajat Khosla, Rachel Baggaley, Marleen Temmerman, Elizabeth McGrory, Tim Farley
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Learning from the private sector: towards a keener understanding of the end-user for microbicide introduction planning PDF HTML EPUB XML
Amy H Lin, Tiffany L Breger, Matthew Barnhart, Ann Kim, Charlotte Vangsgaard, Emily Harris
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