By Doris Obinna

“Women are disproportionately exposed to HIV during sexual encounters compared to men. The risks are attributed to factors such as the larger volume of semen compared to vaginal fluid and the higher concentration of HIV found in semen. The new tools help by providing a range of prevention methods as well as seek to address the disparities and empower women in safeguarding their sexual health

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https://sunnewsonline.com/nhvmas-urges-fg-to-adopt-new-hiv-prevention-tools/