OA11.03 Surveillance data from public and private primary care facilities uncover implementation successes and gaps during pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) scale-up: results from the Jilinde project in KenyaOral Abstract SessionImplementation science, including structural interventions, PrEP & VMMC
OA11.02 A multi-country investigation of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis preferences among young people at risk of HIV in sub-Saharan Africa Oral Abstract SessionHumoral immunity
OA11.01 The evolution of oral PrEP access: tracking trends in global oral PrEP use over timeOral Abstract SessionImplementation science, including structural interventions, PrEP & VMMC
OA10.05 Associations of climate shocks, HIV, and HIV-related behaviors amongst women in Mozambique based on the 2015 Demographic Health Survey and Climate Hazards Group InfraRed Precipitation with Station DataOral Abstract SessionEpidemiology of HIV
OA10.04 Amplifying youth voices in HIV prevention: lessons learned from a community-based adolescent health project in Durham, NCOral Abstract SessionCommunity engagement in prevention research
OA10.03 Advocates' perspectives on an efficacy trial of F/TAF as PrEP for womenOral Abstract SessionCommunity engagement in prevention research
OA10.02 Pathways to global access for novel HIV prevention technologiesOral Abstract SessionPolicy and advocacy
OA10.01 Planning for success: generating an early roadmap with global stakeholders for increasing access and uptake of new biomedical prevention products in resource-limited settings: The *Biomedical Prevention Implementation C*ollaborative (BioPIC)Oral Abstract SessionPolicy and advocacy
OA09.05LB Spontaneous in vivo control of HIV replication is underpinned by the cross-clade antiviral potency of HIV-specific CD8 T cellsOral Abstract SessionCellular immunity
OA09.04 Applying insights from HIV to guide the development of a T-cell vaccine for SARS-CoV-2Oral Abstract SessionCOVID research: Applying lessons from HIV prevention to SARS CoV-2
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