The STI-fighting super-condoms you don’t need

Originally published by DailyXtra – great source of valuable information Niko Bell   Condoms are an imperfect tool. They slip. They break. They leak. In a laboratory setting, condoms are a practically perfect impenetrable barrier against viruses, but in the real world, they struggle to be invincible; condoms have an 80–85 percent reduction rate for HIV infection, and are even less effective against HPV and herpes. Wouldn’t it be great if we had a next-generation condom that not only provided a barrier against infection, but also actively destroyed viruses in semen, mucus or vaginal fluid? Well now we do. Maybe.

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