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A novel vaginal pH regulator: results from the phase 3 AMPOWER contraception clinical trial

A novel vaginal pH regulator: results from the phase 3 AMPOWER contraception clinical trial
01 June 2020

Primary efficacy and safety results from the Phase 3 AMPOWER study evaluating Phexxi™ for the prevention of pregnancy were published in Contraception: X. The study found that Phexxi™, a novel vaginal pH regulator, demonstrated 86.3% contraceptive effectiveness, was safe and well tolerated, and was highly acceptable. These findings represent a major contribution to women’s health, with the forthcoming availability of a new, non-hormonal, woman-controlled method of contraception that expands women's prevention options.

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Thomas, M.; Chappell, B.T.; Maximos, B.; Cullwell, K.; & Howard, B.
In this Journal Article:
Health Risk(s):
  • Unintended Pregnancy
  • Product Type(s):
  • Contraceptives
  • Topic(s):
  • Product Development
  • Product Trials
  • Reproductive Health
  • Region(s):
  • Global
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