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Kenyan Scientists Develop World's First Anti-HIV Gel

The gel is set to be the world's first effective anti-HIV microbicide in the market. It also kills sperms (contraceptive) and acts as a lubricant.

Kenyan Scientists Develop World's First Anti-HIV Gel
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