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These are based upon observations of their use in contraception: studies have shown that 98% of women relying on condoms as their sole form of contraception remain pregnancy free if condoms are used perfectly, meaning that they are used consistently and correctly at every act of sexual intercourse.
The next problem is deciding what kind of study provides truly reliable evidence.
“Please be assured this is a hoax in very poor taste,” the company’s consumer relations department said.
Unsurprisingly, a search of the BBC News web site turned up no articles or videos reporting that butter or any other dairy product in the U. was contaminated with HIV-infected blood, or that anyone was arrested by police for doing such a thing.
K.-based confectionery company Cadbury in February 2018, a flurry of social media posts spread the claim that a worker at a U. dairy “added HIV infected blood in the Anchor Butter production”: The name of the dairy where Anchor Butter is produced in England is actually Westbury Dairies, located in Wiltshire.
A representative of Westbury’s parent company, Arla Foods UK, confirmed to us by email that the rumor is false.