Male circumcision for HIV prevention: a prospective study of complications in clinical and traditional settings in Bungoma, Kenya

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Article text available above. ABSTRACT: Objective Male circumcision reduces the risk of HIV acquisition by approximately 60%. Male circumcision services are now being introduced in selected populations in sub-Saharan Africa and further interventions are being planned. A serious concern is … Read More

(WHO) Male Circumcision: Global Trends And Determinants Of Prevalence, Safety And Acceptability

Male circumcision: global trends and determinants of prevalence, safety and acceptability World Health Organization, December 14, 2007 Also available on the WHO website. Full Text (PDF): Male circumcision: Global trends and determinants of prevalence, safety and acceptability Summary: “Male circumcision is … Read More

Male Circumcision And HIV Prevention: Ethical, Medical And Public Health Tradeoffs In Low Income Countries

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Male Circumcision and HIV Prevention: Ethical, Medical and Public Health Tradeoffs in Low-Income Countries Rennie, S., Muula, A.S., and Westreich, D. Journal of Medical Ethics, Vol. 33, No 6. (Jun., 2007), pp. 357-61. Available on JSTOR (Restricted Access) Find on … Read More

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