Online Media Kit

Welcome to IPM's Online Media Kit, home to quick links that connect journalists and others to our press statements, key multimedia resources for background information on microbicides and IPM's work, and media highlights. Also learn how to contact experts in the field.

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Featured Media Highlights

FEATURED STORY

May 04, 2017 | Economist (UK)

How to protect women against both HIV and pregnancy

A newly-developed vaginal ring releases small doses of drugs over a three-month period More »

FEATURED STORY

August 04, 2016 | Forbes

A Wearable HIV 'Trap' Is Helping Women In Africa Guard Against Infection

The struggle to stem the global HIV/AIDS pandemic may soon see relief from an innovative health product that's shown early success with one group whose infection rates are among the most devastating... More »

FEATURED STORY

February 26, 2016 | The New York Times editorial

Helping Women in Africa Avoid H.I.V.

Now, women in the developing world have new hope. The results of two major studies in Africa that were released Monday show that a new device could help protect women against H.I.V. More »

Media Highlights

November 30, 2016 | Health-e News (South Africa)

AIDS Day: If you like it, put a ring on it!

A new HIV prevention product for women in the form of a vaginal ring that slowly releases antiretroviral medicine. More »

November 14, 2016 | NPR Goats and Soda

Experimental Vaginal Ring Fights HIV, But Will Women Wear It?

An experimental vaginal ring that continuously releases the anti-HIV drug dapivirine has the potential to save lives. More »

October 20, 2016 | GatesNotes

Science is the Great Giver

Bill Gates highlights UK investment in microbicides in his personal blog. More »

October 01, 2016 | The Nation (Malawi)

Vaginal ring: The next frontier in HIV prevention.

A simple and discreet ring has been proven to decrease HIV infections in women. More »

August 04, 2016 | Forbes

A Wearable HIV 'Trap' Is Helping Women In Africa Guard Against Infection

The struggle to stem the global HIV/AIDS pandemic may soon see relief from an innovative health product that's shown early success with one group whose infection rates are among the most devastating... More »

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