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The little blue bounce lifts our love up where it belongs

Rekindling the sexual fire of a once passionate marriage has sparked a deeper emotional link.

Women are the vulnerable HIV link

Trials for vaginal gels and other prevention options have had dismal results, writes Gita Ramjee.

Fast-track anti-HIV gel, says minister

Revolutionary new vaginal treatment could avert 800 000 Aids deaths over the next 20 years.

SA keen on speedy roll-out of Aids gel

South Africa is considering rolling out use of a vaginal gel which can protect women against HIV before it is officially licensed by drug regulators.

Gel breakthrough lifts mood at Aids conference

A breakthrough test of a vaginal gel to protect women against HIV unleashed a wave of optimism at the world Aids conference on Tuesday.

Aids infection risk for women halved by gel, says study

Researchers are reporting a breakthrough against Aids with a study showing that a gel could halve the number of women who get infected.

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