A new long-acting vaginal ring that women themselves can insert into their own bodies is giving new hope to reducing the risk of HIV, according to a report at a recent HIV research conference in Madrid. The intra-vaginal dapivirine ring has been found highly effective in reducing the risk of infection, according to Zeda Rosenberg, founder and CEO of the International Partnership for Microbicides (IPM).

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