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The Case For New Multipurpose Prevention Technologies

Adolescent Sexual Health Work Group
Go to presentation on contraceptive methods use for STI/STD prevention.
Lauren Hunter, a doctoral student at UC Berkeley, presented the "Contraceptive method use and chlamydia positivity among California family planning clients: the case for new Multipurpose Prevention Technologies," an analysis comparing chlamydia positivity by type of contraceptive method used among women tested through California's Family PACT program in 2012-2013. In the presentation, she discusses the implications of the findings and how the development and provision of additional Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (MPTs) may help to address an unmet need for STI prevention.
Author
Adolescent Sexual Health Work Group
Publication Language
English
Disease
Year of Publication
2018
Physical Description
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Last Updated Date: 

6/8/18