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Increasing Acceptability and Uptake of Voluntary Male Medical Circumcision in Zambia: Implementing and Disseminating an Evidence-Based Intervention
Predictors of the success or failure of the Spear & Shield intervention identified in this study—published in Translational Behavioral Medicine—created an “early... read more
Zimbabwe Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Linkages Pilot Project
Simbarashe Mabaya of the World Health Organization describes a three-phase pilot project creating linkages between adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRH) and... read more
Moses Galukande of the Surgical Association of Uganda describes how the Ugandan Ministry of Health monitors and responds to adverse events associated with voluntary medical... read more
Clinical trials of two devices for performing voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) on adults and adolescents showed that PrePex and the ShangRing were safe and acceptable,... read more