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HOPEHIV Open Label Prevention - An open-label follow-on trial to ASPIRE in which former ASPIRE participants were offered the opportunity to use the dapivirine ring (there was no placebo) in the context of a study. HOPE is building on the results of ASPIRE by gathering additional information on the ring’s safety, how women use the ring knowing that it can help reduce their risk of HIV and the relationship between adherence and HIV protection. The study also seeks to understand why the ring may work well as an HIV prevention strategy for some women but not for others. For this reason, former participants were enrolled in HOPE even if they did not wish to use the ring. Results from HOPE were reported at IAS 2019.

 

Results of open-label study of a vaginal ring for HIV prevention suggest women are interested in and willing to use it

23-July-2019

 

Women’s use of vaginal ring is higher in open-label study, as is level of HIV protection

6-March-2018

  

HOPE Q&A

23-July-2019

  

See Also

MTN-025 Protocol

 

MTN-025 Study Page

 

Next steps and planned studies of the dapivirine vaginal ring

11-October-2017

     

HOPE open-label study of vaginal ring for preventing HIV begins for former ASPIRE participants

18-July-2016 

  

ASPIRE (MTN-020)