Published in AIDS Weekly, March 23rd, 2009
"Recent clinical trials conducted in Kenya, South Africa, and Uganda have demonstrated considerable benefit of male circumcision in reducing HIV seroincidence in males. These results have ignited debate over the appropriateness of implementing routine provision of neonatal circumcision in the United States for HIV prevention," wrote X. Xu and colleagues, University of Michigan.
The researchers concluded: "This article discusses major contextual differences between the United States and the...
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