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Part 3 of the annual AVAC report includes the following topics: Going site by site to learn from STEP; How AIDS vaccine research must help address the African-American epidemic... read more
This chapter of the annual 2008 AVAC report addresses the following questions: Is NIAID spending wisely? Should the next planned efficacy trial, PAVE 100, go forward? Are T-cell... read more
Part 1 of the annual AVAC Report takes on a different facet of the question that the AIDS vaccine field has faced since September 2007, when the STEP study halted immunizations: ... read more
This report from the Global HIV Prevention Working Group (PWG) focuses specifically on behavioral HIV prevention. The report surveys what we know about the effectiveness of... read more
This report by the Global HIV Prevention Working Group offers a new analysis that examines the future course of the epidemic with and without a greatly scaled-up prevention... read more
Information package on the implications of male circumcision for women.
This poster was created for a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Malawi.
This poster depicts younger and older men and was created for a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Malawi.
This brochure was created for a VMMC campaign in Malawi.
A draft profile of a typical member of the target audience of men ages 15 to 19 was used to develop materials for a campaign to create demand for voluntary medical male... read more