Effective when used consistently
Earlier this year, IPM announced that women using the ring during the effectivity studies were 27% and 31% less likely to contract HIV than women who did not use the ring. Complementary analyses now show that the ring is far more effective in women who use it consistently, they were 75% less likely to contract HIV compared to women who did not use the ring. The vaginal ring is the first long-acting form of HIV-prevention for women they can apply themselves.
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