Circumcision and sexual behavior: factors independently associated with human papillomavirus detection among men in the HIM study.

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There is growing interest in understanding human papillomavirus (HPV) infection and related disease among men. To date there have been numerous studies reporting HPV DNA prevalence among men from several different countries, however, few have incorporated multivariable analyses to determine factors independently associated with male HPV detection. The… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ijc.24097

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@article{Giuliano2009CircumcisionAS, title={Circumcision and sexual behavior: factors independently associated with human papillomavirus detection among men in the HIM study.}, author={Anna Regina Giuliano and Eduardo Lazcano and Luisa F. Villa and Roberto Flores and J. Salmer{\'o}n and Ji-Hyun Lee and Mary R. Papenfuss and Martha E. Abrahamsen and Maria Luiza Baggio and Roberto Silva and Manuel M Quiterio}, journal={International journal of cancer}, year={2009}, volume={124 6}, pages={1251-7} }