Not a Surgical Vaccine: There Is No Case for Boosting Infant Male Circumcision to Combat Heterosexual Transmission of HIV in Australia
Van Howe, Robert
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 2011 Oct; 35(5): 459-65
To conduct a critical review of recent proposals that widespread circumcision of male infants be introduced in Australia as a means of combating heterosexually transmitted HIV infection.
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