Published in Blood Weekly, July 7th, 2005
"This study set out to investigate the influence of male circumcision and other factors on sexually transmitted infections in Botswana. A syndromic approach, which diagnoses a sexually transmitted infection based on the presence of urethral discharge or genital ulcers rather than on laboratory tests, was used," researchers in Botswana report.
"The data were from the 2001 Botswana AIDS Impact Survey where a nationally representative, randomly selected sample of men and women aged 10-64 years were interviewed in both urban and rural areas. The sample selected for this...
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