How effective are Condoms, Diaphragms and Circumcision in preventing HIV transmission?

Condoms  87% effective in preventing HIV. Scientific studies have shown that proper use of the condom can provide anything from 60% to 95% reduction in risk of HIV transmission. The most often quoted study involved more than 3000 HIV 1 sero-discordant couples. Self reported use of the condom reduced the risk of HIV transmission by 78% per sex act. The US CDC’s condom report published in the year 2000 estimated that consistent condom use reduced the risk of HIV transmission by 85%.  Diaphragms and Female Condoms  No evidence that either...

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