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Marc-Andre LeBlanc

International Rectal Microbicide Advocates

Marc-André LeBlanc has been involved in the community-based AIDS movement for 15 years, including in microbicides-related work for over 5 years. While working at the Canadian AIDS Society, he coordinated the Microbicides Advocacy Group Network (MAG-Net). Marc-André also served as a representative from North America to the Global Campaign for Microbicides Steering Committee, and he is a member of the steering committee for the development of the Canadian Microbicides Action Plan.

 

Marc-André co-founded International Rectal Microbicide Advocates (IRMA), where he serves as Secretary to the steering committee. For IRMA, he developed and coordinated an international web-based survey on lubricant use for anal sex in which nearly 9,000 people participated from over 100 countries. He is the author of IRMA's latest report Less Silence, More Science: Advocacy to Make Rectal Microbicides a Reality.

 

He works as a consultant, including as the Global North Programmes Coordinator for GCM, where he coordinates advocacy and community mobilization efforts in North America and Australia, and supports the European staff.


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Less Silence, More Science: Making Anal Sex Safer

Marc-Andre LeBlanc

One of the dangerous silences of global HIV prevention efforts has been the neglect of anal intercourse between women and men as well as the HIV prevalence among gay men and other men who have sex with men in Asia, Africa and other parts of the developing world.

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