Though initial tests said it was 95 percent efficient, researchers said it would not be on the market for up to seven years.
The algae tests are part of a wide-ranging program to create a line of contraceptives for women that would prevent the spread of the deadly disease.
Brazil's national AIDS and HIV prevention program is widely considered the best in the world.
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