Avanti polyurethane condom as effective as latex in preventing pregnancy -- NICHD trial.
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
AVANTI POLYURETHANE CONDOM EFFICACY COMPARABLE TO LATEX in a three-year study sponsored by the National Institutes of Health National Institute of Child Health & Human Development and conducted by the Los Angeles Regional Family Planning Council. The lead investigator was Anita Nelson, MD. The study, involving 805 monogamous, heterosexual couples ages 18-45, found an insignificant difference in pregnancy prevention between the Durex Avanti (thin version) polyurethane condom and the Ramses Sensitol latex condom. Both condoms are manufactured and marketed by London International Group. The company expects the study to be published in a peer-reviewed journal in 1997.
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