Vaginal Suppository Derived from Seaweed May Be Used to Lower Spread of HIV and AIDS

Vaginal Suppository Derived from Seaweed May Be Used to Lower Spread of HIV and AIDS Researchers from Penn State have developed a vaginal suppository made from carrageenan, a seaweed derived food product, and Tenofovir, an antiviral drug used to treat HIV positive patients. The combination may be one of the only woman-initiated drugs that can […]

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