More research becomes necessary through the medical community to guide prevention programming.

More research becomes necessary through the medical community to guide prevention programming.

Abstract

Past research from the utilization of individual lubricants for sexual intercourse is bound and has now mainly centered on condom compatibility and breakage, with just recent restricted evaluation of lubricant security and feasible epidemiologic implications. This short article covers the international proof of lubricant compatibility with latex condoms and biological security of lubricants, along with documents of lubricant usage and present recommendations for HIV avoidance development in Africa. Continue reading “More research becomes necessary through the medical community to guide prevention programming.”