Contraceptive method using ajoene

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The progression of infection and other pathologies produced by a viral infection may be inhibited by administering an effective dosage of Ajoene. Additionally, Ajoene has anti-tumor, anti-shock, and anti-inflammation effects. In general, Ajoene may be used to treat any integrin-mediated disease or condition.

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