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Medicines360 Announces Price Subsidy of its Hormonal IUD Avibela to Expand Access to Contraception

In August 2021 – Medicines360, the mission-driven nonprofit Women’s Health pharmaceutical organization announced a price subsidy to expand contraceptive access for millions of women in some of the world’s poorest countries. When purchased from its subsidiary, Impact RH360, Avibela will be offered at the price of $9.50 through international procurement groups. “We believe that women […]

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Medicines360 and the Population Council Pursue Agreement to Develop Product to Prevent HIV and Unintended Pregnancy for Worldwide Distribution

SAN FRANCISCO and NEW YORK, N.Y.: Medicines360, a mission-driven nonprofit women’s health pharmaceutical organization, and the Population Council, a global nonprofit research organization, have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding to develop a dual prevention pill (DPP) product to prevent both pregnancy and HIV in a single tablet – for global distribution. The organizations intend […]

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Medicines360 Statement on New Title X Rule

As the leading nonprofit pharmaceutical company addressing women’s most pressing reproductive health needs, Medicines360 welcomes the new Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) rule restoring Title X health care providers’ right to give their patients comprehensive, medically accurate health information. “At Medicines360, we know all women deserve access to the full range of contraceptive options and […]

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Collaborative Research to Document the Impact of Reimbursement Changes on Access to Long-Acting, Reversible Contraception

Contraceptive choice, access, and affordability are core determinants of an individuals’ economic and personal health. Access to contraceptives has improved women’s rates of enrollment and graduation from higher education, contributed to significant increases in women’s participation in the workforce, and is connected to increased wages.[i] Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) are community-based providers that exist to meet patients where […]

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