Frequently Asked Questions about the Female Condom (Copyright © Global Campaign for Microbicides)
Publication Year: 2007
The female condom is the first woman-initiated barrier method that protects against HIV and STIs as well as pregnancy. Since its introduction in 1992, the female condom has become available in 70 countries. This publication explores its impact on prevention of HIV infection in women.
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