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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: MALE CIRCUMCISION
2008 Evaluation of a safer male circumcision training programme for traditional surgeons and nurses in the Eastern Cape, South Africa
traditional surgeons and 49 traditional nurses in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Training included the following topics: initiation rites; ...
Male circumcision using traditional methods is a dangerous, even life-threatening, rite of passage. In presumably the first study to test t...
2008 Letter to the editor: male circumcision is an efficacious, lasting and cost-effective strategy for combating HIV in high-prevalence AIDS epidemics
In this article the authors respond to the various claims made in a recent article by Green, et al. "Male circumcision is not the 'vaccine' ...