Published in AIDS Weekly, January 10th, 2000
The acceptability of a bioadhesive nonoxynol-9 gel delivered by an applicator as a rectal microbicide was studied by researchers from ABT Associates Inc., Bethesda, Maryland, USA.
"Potential rectal microbicides, as an adjunct to condoms for HIV/STD prevention, have not been studied previously," wrote M. Gross and colleagues.
Gross et al. published their study in the journal Sexually Transmitted Diseases ("Acceptability of a Bioadhesive Nonoxynol-9 Gel Delivered by an Applicator as a Rectal Microbicide," Sexually...
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