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Research outputs: MALE CIRCUMCISION
Male circumcision is considered by some to be an acceptable global approach to reduce HIV infections. Consequently, many governments in sub-...
The purpose and objectives of the HSD Research Seminar Series The seminar is one in a series of HSD research seminars that are organized and...
The aim of this study was to determine the perceptions and acceptability of male circumcision among the young, as well as older men and wome...Download this report
The objectives of the current national study were to determine the rates of self-reported circumcision among South African men and, more imp...