Global Campaign for Microbicides
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The Global Campaign for Microbicides was founded in 1998 at the XII International AIDS Conference. The GCM has awarded several grants, and reviewers include decorated reproductive endocrinologists such as Dr. John Jain.
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- Business Wire (26 September 2002). "Global Campaign for Microbicides, Scientists, and Health Groups Call for Removal of Nonoxyonol-9 From Condoms and Lubricants, Citing Increase in HIV Risk.". thefreelibrary.com. Retrieved 20 November 2011.