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CBAS members include organizations and individuals around the world working on cervical barriers and issues or products related to cervical barriers.  CBAS aims to create an international, professional networking organization including clinical and social science research groups, academic institutions, policy and advocacy groups, trade associations, and pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device companies.  Membership is free and open to all who are interested in joining. 

To join CBAS, please complete the membership form and click submit to send your information to us. You may also download the form (pdf) and fax it to us.

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Here is what CBAS has to offer those who join: 

Member Benefits

CBAS is committed to:

  • connecting members with each other;
  • facilitating information sharing;
  • drawing in new organizations;
  • serving as a resource for the media, legislators, and others;
  • collaborating with other associations and groups where goals overlap; and
  • developing policy position statements.

Through the CBAS website, members are able to:

  • network and collaborate with other professionals in the field;
  • keep abreast of new research;
  • share information and ideas; and
  • receive a periodic newsletter.*

*Members will automatically receive an electronic newsletter (distributed 2-3 times a year) that will include announcements, updates, and new information in the field of cervical barriers.  If you choose not to become a member but are still interested in receiving updates, you can just subscribe to the newsletter separately.

Member Responsibilities

CBAS members should:

  • endorse the CBAS mission to raise the profile of cervical barrier methods both for preventing pregnancy and potentially HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs);
  • understand CBAS’s key messages; and
  • feel free to contribute updated information to the CBAS website and e-newsletter.

If you would like to end your CBAS membership, please email, and we will remove you from the membership list. 

If you have any questions about CBAS membership, please feel free to contact us.

All information provided to CBAS by its members and users of this site will be kept confidential according to our privacy policy.


Ibis Reproductive Health

CBAS is coordinated by Ibis Reproductive Health