prevention technologies

Anal sex, vaginal practices and HIV incidence in female sex workers in urban Kenya: Implications for development of intravaginal HIV prevention methods

Multiple intravaginal HIV prevention methods, including microbicide gels, barriers and intravaginal rings, are in clinical development in Africa.

Microbicides could increase HIV infections

Mathematical models predicting the effect of microbicides show that their effect on HIV incidence and prevalence could vary enormously, according to local conditions. In some cases their adoption could cause an increase in HIV infections. 

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