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It comes after MailOnline reported last month that YouTube was also running ads on videos which promoted giving pills containing the discharge of men infected with gonorrhoea to children with ADHD.
Gonorrhoea can be prevented by using condoms during sex and not sharing sex toys.
The Google-owned site says in its Community Guidelines that it will ban content that if found to be 'promoting dangerous remedies or cures' and 'content which claims that harmful substances or treatments can have health benefits'.
MailOnline can reveal the website is running adverts on clips that contain unproven remedies for gonorrhoea and syphilis.
This means one fake STI cure video often leads to another.
It has been accused in the past of radicalising viewers by leading them down rabbit holes of conspiracy theories.