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New AVAC Website

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Mark Platt
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New AVAC Website
Posted on: June 8 2014, 03:01 pm

Visit the new avac.org
June 2, 2014

Dear Advocate,

AVAC is delighted to announce the launch of our redesigned website, www.avac.org. The site contains AVAC’s comprehensive coverage of the range of biomedical HIV prevention interventions—including user-friendly resources, information about AVAC programs, details on work with our partners and more.

This site is designed to be a central hub of information for the array of challenging and exciting issues facing HIV prevention research and implementation stakeholders today. We have kept all the high-quality materials and updates you may already be familiar with and worked hard to make this extensive library of online resources more accessible via new search features.

Some areas of the site to explore:

    Resource Database — Search for materials by prevention intervention, thematic topic, special population, format and more.
    Infographics Gallery — Find visuals that clarify complex processes and chart advocacy in clear, concise formats.
    Our new blog, P-Values — Check out this new feature where advocacy has its say about the latest findings, biggest challenges and most exciting successes in our collective work.
    Our Focus — Read the latest news and download key resources on interventions to end the epidemic.
    What We Do — See our top priorities, positions and programs, which are linked to key resources, updates and ways to get involved.
    Research & Development Database — Get information on planned, ongoing and completed biomedical HIV prevention clinical trials.

Our website continues to evolve, and we would love your input as the site takes shape. Reach us at avac@avac.org if you have comments or questions.

Best,
AVAC
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