Published in Medical Devices and Surgical Technology Week, September 16th, 2007
It has been suggested that circumcision may reduce the risk of infection by eliminating non-keratinized epithelium in the inner prepuce tissue and tissue with a high proportion of HIV target cells. The first randomized trial performed in sub-Saharan Africa was terminated early after showing a 60% reduction in the rate of HIV infection in men after circumcision.
In the February 24th issue of Lancet, Gray and colleagues from the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health...
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