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Great Britain Starts Producing Condoms Against HIV

Condoms "VivaGel" effectively eliminates the risk of HIV infection, herpes and human papilloma virus in 99.9% of cases.
Condoms "VivaGel" effectively eliminates the risk of HIV infection, herpes and human papilloma virus in 99.9% of cases.
 

Within a few months the market will see the first condom that kills HIV, the British media says. Tests have shown that condom "VivaGel" effectively eliminates the risk of HIV infection, herpes and human papilloma virus in 99.9% of cases.

Condom developed by Australian company "Starpharma" contains an active ingredient that is intended to combat sexually transmitted diseases.

This product has already received a certificate, paving its way into the mass market. This means that the condom, the first of its kind, will be available for purchase in the coming months.

Condom based on "VivaGel", containing an antimicrobial agent specifically designed as an anti-HIV therapy.

Experts hope that the new condoms will help to reduce the incidence of transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases through sexual contact, at the same time and acting as a contraceptive.

Condoms will be made in partnership with another Australian company "Ansell", which produces about 70% of condoms in Australia.

Based on DailyMail

 
 
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