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Clinical Results Show Divine 9 is a Breakthrough in HPV Prevention

March 11, 2019

New research results from the McGill University Medical School now shows that women can reduce the risk of contracting cancer-causing HPV infections by using Divine 9® personal lubricant with its proprietary CarraShield® sea algae extract.  The McGill team has studied the long term use of Divine 9 by hundreds of women.  The McGill team found that using Divine 9 personal lubricant in each intimate encounter significantly reduced the number of new HPV infections as compared to using a standard lubricant.

Revolutionary Study on Preventing Transmission of Cancer-causing HPV Using CarraShield Labs' Divine 9 Lubricant Launches at Rutgers and Albert Einstein Medical Schools

February 16, 2017

Distinguished research teams at Rutgers University New Jersey Medical School and Albert Einstein College of Medicine have launched a new study on preventing transmission of cancer-causing HPV during sexual activity using Divine 9® personal lubricant, which is made with a proprietary sea algae extract called CarraShield®. The researchers selected Divine 9 based on results from earlier National Cancer Institute laboratory testing that showed CarraShield prevented HPV transmission.

May 16, 2016

McGill University Medical School’s Division of Cancer Epidemiology has launched a new clinical study called “LIMIT-HPV” to determine the ability of CarraShield® sea algae extract in Divine 9® personal lubricant to block cancer-causing HPV transmission in gay and bisexual men. Because HPV is the root cause of many throat, anal and penile cancers, a lubricant that can help prevent the transfer of HPV from one partner to another would be a significant breakthrough in preventing all types of HPV-induced cancers.

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