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New test to diagnose vaginal inflammation could help reduce risk of HIV infection

By Saberi Marais, Innovation Commercialization Manager, University of Cape Town
Jo-Ann Passmore, Associate Professor, University of Cape Town
Lindi Masson, Senior Research Fellow and Head of the HIV, Inflammation and Microbiome Working Group , Burnet Institute
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Sexually transmitted infections and bacterial vaginosis can provide ideal conditions for HIV infection in women. A new test aims to detect these conditions even when women don’t show symptoms.


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