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cover of the publication: Illustrated Glossary for Long-Acting Technologies, July 2021

Illustrated Glossary for Long-Acting Technologies

Language is important and how affected communities become familiarized with the technical aspects in emerging fields, such as nanomedicines to treat HIV, hepatitis C virus, TB, and malaria, is an essential part of meaningful, equitable engagement in early stage science. The Illustrated Glossary for Long-Acting Technologies compiles frequent terms and concepts used in the research and development of long-acting technologies. The glossary is a non-exhaustive list and the graphics are artistic renderings meant to spur discussion and assist with community treatment literacy. 
 
The Illustrated Glossary for Long-Acting Technologies is part of several resources under the LONGEVITY project, in partnership with the University of Nebraska Medical Center and University of Liverpool, which also include Pipeline Report 2021 Long-Acting Technologies Trials Tracker and Long-Acting Technologies Resource Page, to strengthen communities’ technical capacity in this field.
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