Published in Women's Health Weekly, May 10th, 2001
C.C. Wang and colleagues investigated the benefits of treating a number of different vaginal infections, including Candida vulvovaginitis and Trichomonas vaginitis.
The amount of HIV genetic material in the vaginal area declined sharply after successful treatment of these conditions, which should translate into a reduced transmission risk, Wang et al. said.
Average vaginal levels of HIV-1 RNA...
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