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How Lubricant Made With Seaweed Extracts Could Protect Against HPV Infection, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Reveals



4/6/2017 6:39:11 AM

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A new study led by Rutgers clinician and researcher Mark Einstein is examining a revolutionary way to block transmission of human papillomavirus (HPV), the organism that causes 99 percent of cervical cancers, using a topical gel applied during sexual activity. The product is a personal lubricant made with a formulation of seaweed extracts commonly referred to as carrageenans.

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