"Just a snip"?: a social history of male circumcision.

@article{Aggleton2007JustAS,
  title={"Just a snip"?: a social history of male circumcision.},
  author={Peter Aggleton},
  journal={Reproductive health matters},
  year={2007},
  volume={15 29},
  pages={
          15-21
        }
}
T HE last seven years have seen growing advocacy for male circumcision as a means of HIV prevention, commencing first among public health specialists working mainly in the USA, then among some of those working in international organisations, and more recently endorsed as part of a comprehensive package of measures supported by both the World Health Organization and UNAIDS. Opinions continue to differ sharply as to whether or not to implement this form of prevention* – or how quickly to do so… CONTINUE READING
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