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FACT SHEET 12 July 2012 CONDOMS transmitting HIV infection. Use of latex condoms reduces the risk of acquiring or contain" holes" that allow passage of HIV.
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An answer that" condoms don't have holes large enough to allow the passage of HIV" is clearly overbroad in that" natural skin" condoms do. Likewise, insofar as quite ordinary conditions putting a condom in a wallet or a car glove compartment could compromise condoms and allow the formation of holes large enough to permit transmission of HIV