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The results of a comparison study of devices for performing early infant male circumcision (EIMC) and pilot implementation of EIMC in Botswana were presented at an AIDS 2014... read more
The results of research on the ShangRing device for performing voluntary medical male circumicision (VMMC), conducted in Kenya and Zambia, were presented at an AIDS 2014... read more
This presentation highlights the results of a pilot study of the use of the AccuCirc device to perform early infant male circumcision in Zimbabwe. It was part of an AIDS 2014... read more
This presentation highlights the results of a study on the use of the PrePex device in Zambia. It was part of an AIDS 2014 satellite session entitled ... read more
The results of pilot studies of the use of the PrePex device for performing adult male circumcision, conducted in South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe, were presented at... read more
This presentation focused on potential rollout of the PrePex device for performing voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC). It was part of the satellite session entitled ... read more
Developed by WHO through its Technical Advisory Group on Innovations in Male Circumcision, this document focuses mainly on clinical requirements for assessing the suitability... read more
This study, which enrolled 427 men, ages 18–49, at one fixed and two outreach clinics in Kenya, sought to assess the safety, effectiveness, and acceptability of the PrePex device... read more
The World Health Organization (WHO) Technical Advisory Group on Innovations in Male Circumcision (TAG) met at WHO headquarters in Geneva in January 2013. The focus of... read more
The information in this document provides an update on the PrePex device for adult male circumcision for HIV Prevention.