Condom effectiveness against non-viral sexually transmitted infections: a prospective study using electronic daily diaries
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    Inconsistent Condom Use Among Women Veterans and Active Duty Servicewomen
    • Nancy Lutwak, M.D.
    • Other Contributors:
      • Curt Dill, Antonio Saliba

    The recently published editorial by Ingham highlights the importance of ascertaining etiologies of misuse of condoms to plan and implement effective public health interventions1.

    Crosby et al. outline a prospective study demonstrating the effectiveness of condoms when used consistently and properly to considerably lower the acquisition of non-viral sexually transmitted diseases. The authors also address the gl...

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