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04 May 2011

US takes aim at drugs promising sex disease cure

The US said it is launching an effort to remove from the market a host of drugstore products that promise to cure HIV, herpes, chlamydia and other STIs.

The US government said it is launching an effort to remove from the market a host of drugstore products that promise to cure HIV, herpes, chlamydia and other sexually transmitted illnesses.

"Consumers who buy these products may not seek the medical attention they need and could spread infections to sexual partners."

 
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