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New Prevention Technologies

New Prevention Technologies (NPTs) is a collective term for prevention tools which include microbicides, vaccines, male circumcision, pre-exposure prophylaxis, herpes suppression and cervical barriers. While many of these tools are not yet available, they all could have a positive impact on reducing the risk of HIV transmission.

These technologies are meant to complement existing prevention efforts including education programs, awareness campaigns, as well as male and female condoms.

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Backgrounder
Call for Participants
Event
Fact Sheet (FAQ)
Fact Sheets
general
Position Papers
Project
Reports and Guides
Report

New Prevention Technologies. © Canadian AIDS Society. Published 08/01/2007. Updated 05/13/2014. Web. Retrieved 07/29/2016 from http://www.cdnaids.ca/newpreventiontechnologies