Intravaginal rings combat STDs (sexually transmitted diseases) and incontinence
This article was originally published in Clinica
Two devices that deliver drugs directly to the vagina may help treat urinary incontinence, bacterial vaginosis and even protect against HIV, reported researchers at the recent the British Pharmaceutical Conference in Harrogate, UK.
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