Community advisory boards (CABs) are community engagement platforms, comprised of treatment advocates and community leaders with lived experience to review the state of treatment research, contribute to research protocols, engage in the research and development process, and meet with industry and developers about cost, pricing, and access plans.
Long-Acting Therapies Trials Tracker for Hepatitis C, Opioid Use and Overdose Prevention Therapy, and Malaria
Treatment Action Group releases a trials tracker providing a compilation of ongoing clinical trials on long-acting treatments for HCV, malaria, and opioid use and overdose prevention. More
Long-acting parenteral formulations of HCV treatment may allow people living with hepatitis C virus infection to be diagnosed and cured in a single encounter. More
The HCV World CAB interacted with pharmaceutical and diagnostics companies that produce HCV treatment and tests to understand their access, licensing, and pricing strategies, particularly in high-burden, low- and middle-income countries.
Treatment activists held the first global LMIC-focused dialogue with pharmaceutical companies that produce HCV treatment, co-organized by TAG and the Asia Pacific Network of PLHA. More
The LAT CAB is a new cross-disease long-acting technologies (LAT) community advisory board focused on malaria, the hepatitis C virus, and latent TB infection.
LAT CAB reviews the state of treatment research, contributes to research protocols, and engages in the research and development process for long-acting technologies for malaria, HCV, and LTBI. More
Preferences of Patients and Providers in High-Burden Malaria Settings for Long-Acting Malaria Chemoprevention
A survey of Kenyan and Zambian patient end-users, prescribers, and policymakers evaluates the acceptance of and potential concerns about long-acting formulations of malaria chemoprevention. More