Male circumcision: Africa and beyond?

@article{Kim2010MaleCA,
  title={Male circumcision: Africa and beyond?},
  author={Howard H. Kim and Philip S Li and Marc Goldstein},
  journal={Current Opinion in Urology},
  year={2010},
  volume={20},
  pages={515–519}
}
Purpose of review Male circumcision has become an important component of HIV prevention strategies in Africa. Results of recent trials have renewed interest in this ancient procedure and its potential application in the reduction of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). With renewed interest comes controversy, which has always been a close companion to circumcision. Recent findings Following the three randomized trials in Africa demonstrating the protective effects of male circumcision on HIV… Expand
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