Monday, 18 July 2016

[wanabidii] ​#AIDS2016: This common germ in your vagina makes it easier to get HIV - study (M&G Africa)

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​#AIDS2016: This common germ in your vagina makes it easier to get HIV - study
 
​#AIDS2016: This common germ in your vagina makes it easier to get HIV - study
 
In the vagina's ecosystem, mundane bacteria matter more than you think
 
 
 
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