Male circumcision and global HIV/AIDS epidemic challenges

@article{OlapadeOlaopa2019MaleCA,
  title={Male circumcision and global HIV/AIDS epidemic challenges},
  author={E. Oluwabunmi Olapade-Olaopa and Mudasiru A Salami and Taiwo Akeem Lawal},
  journal={African Journal of Urology},
  year={2019},
  volume={25}
}
Given the devastating mortality and morbidity associated with HIV/AIDS, many potential prevention measures against HIV infection continue to be explored. Most prevention methods are in the realm of sexual behavior change. However, of all aspects of human behavior, it is sexual behavior that is least amenable to change. Newer and simpler interventions are therefore required. Male circumcision, the surgical removal of some or all of the foreskin (or prepuce) from the penis, is one of the ways… 

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