XVIII International AIDS Conference Presentations, Day 1 (19 July)


Male circumcision for HIV prevention was highlighted in more than 55 presentations at the XVIIIth International AIDS Conference. Links to each oral abstract or e-poster (or both) are provided below. All presentations are organised by presentation day and include the title and names of principal authors. The presentations below occurred on Monday, 19 July. Presentations for day twoday three, and days four and five also are available.

Monday, 19 July 2010

Poster Exhibition
09:00-6:30. Hall B

The protective effect of male circumcision from HIV infection and sexually transmitted diseases: evidence from 18 demographic and health surveys in Sub-Saharan Africa. (abstract only) S. Gebreselassie (MOPE0328)

Use of a mixture of lignocaine and Bupivacaine versus lignocaine alone for male circumcision under local anesthesia in Rakai, Uganda G. Kigozi, M. Wawer, D. Serwadda, S. Watya, F. Nalugoda, J. Kagayi, J. Nkale, R. Musoke, W. Sebanenya, M. Anyokorit, G. Nalwoga, G. Nakigozi, N. Kiwanuka, F. Makumbi, R.H. Gray (MOPE0329)

Using a foreskin holder and surgical pen mark for improved tissue alignment prior to early infant male circumcision (abstract only) D. Tomlinson (MOPE0330)

Pilot study of the Shang Ring: a novel male circumcision device for HIV Prevention (abstract only) M. Barone, F. Ndede, P. Li, P. Masson, P. Cherutich, N. Muraguri, J. Wekesa, P. Perchal, M. Goldstein (MOPE0331)

Factors associated with the circumcision decision: baseline results from the risk compensation study in Nyanza province, Kenya N. Westercamp, K. Agot, J.O. Ndinya-Achola, R.C. Bailey (MOPE0332)

Efficiency and equity in HIV prevention: a case study of a male circumcision intervention in South Africa. S. Verguet (MOPE0333)

Traditional initiation and medical male circumcision collaborating: going to the medical mountain? (abstract only) D. Taljaard, D. Shabangu, A. Mkhwanazi, T. Mashigo, P. Lissouba, B. Auvert (MOPE0334)

Stemming heterosexually acquired HIV infection among men in Uganda: spousal consent, religious and cost factors are key to successful implementation of male medical circumcision in the prevention of HIV/AIDS transmission D. Businge, A. Mugume, M. Ndifuna, S. Kironde (MOPE0335)

Medical male circumcision for HIV prevention in Kenya: a study of service provision and adverse events A. Herman-Roloff,, R. Bailey, K. Agot, J. Ndinya-Achola (MOPE0336)

Retrospective clinical data review from a Ugandan medical male circumcision program (MMC): summary of procedures, safety and level of satisfaction (abstract only) G. Mwidu, M. Breda, F. Magala, M. Webba, J. Chamberlin, N. Close (MOPE0337)

When the troublemakers are involved: the role of traditional circumcision practitioners in promoting healthier circumcision program in Timor Tengah Utara district, Indonesia (abstract only) P. Lake (MOPE0338)

Acceptability of medical male circumcision among men at high HIV risk in Pune, India (e-poster available) V.V. Kulkarni, S. Kulkarni, K. Krupp, S.Darak, J. Klausner, P. Madhivanan (MOPE0339)

Reasons men seek male circumcision in Nyanza, Kenya (abstract only) M. Pavin, G. Odingo, R. Were, P. Perchal (MOPE0340)

Comparing adverse event rates of male circumcision services performed in static and outreach public health facilities in Nyanza, Kenya (abstract only) G. Odingo, P. Perchal, M. Pavin, F. Mumba, F. Ndede, R. Mbayaki, R. Were (MOPE0341)

Achieving high volume efficiency and sustainability through an integrated model of delivering male circumcision services in four rural districts in Nyanza province in Kenya R. Mbayaki, P. Perchal, A. Kombo, F. Ndede, M. Diese, K. Odera, F. Mumba, G. Odingo, R. Were, S. Beatty (MOPE0342)

Cost and impact of expanding male circumcision services in Eastern and Southern Africa E. Njeuhmeli, J. Reed, L. Bollinger, S. Forsythe, J. Stover, T. Farley, C. Hankins (MOPE0343)

Surgical time and number of procedures conducted during training varies by type of adult MC procedure T. Ashengo, K. Curran, J. Mulwanda, E. Chinkoyo (MOPE0344)

Acceptability of male circumcision among men who have sex with men in urban China (abstract only) J. Xu, G. Mi, Z. Dou, E. Liu, K. Rou, Z. Wu, MSM Intervention Trial Group of National Major AIDS Research Project (MOPE0345)

The acceptability of male circumcision (MC) as a measure to prevent HIV infection among men who have sex with men (MSM) in Thailand T. Chemnasiri, R. Chuachoowong, S. Chaikummao, P. Oungprasertgul, A. Varangrat, F. van Griensven (MOPE0346)

Strategic opportunities for male circumcision as HIV prevention: to cut or not to cut? That is not the only question (abstract only) N. Kist, P. Irungu, S.W. Macharia, D. Omuodo, W. Waweru, S.M. Wambugu, G. Khisa, F. Muthoma, A. Wasonga, H. Dalton (MOPE0347)

Implementation of male circumcision in Tanzania: an enhanced prevention strategy for HIV V. Bagambe, S. Kusasira, G. Sihudhu Bwire, C. Wamundu Captain, S. Brodine (MOPE0348)

Experience of establishing medical male circumcision services in the Ugandan military population V. Bagambe, S. Kusasira, G. Sihudhu Bwire, C. Wamundu Captain, S. Brodin (MOPE0349)

Attitudes and intentions around male circumcision in a representative sample of rural Zimbabweans W. Mavhu, K. Hatzold, R. Buzdugan, L. Langhaug, C. Benedict, O. Mundida, G. Woelk, F. Cowan (MOPE0350)

A qualitative study to assess the acceptability, perceptions andknowledge of the benefits of male circumcision to reduce the risk of HIV infection among men, women and health providers in the Dominican Republic M. Brito, R. Bailey (MOPE0351)

Attitudes, beliefs and intentions around neonatal male circumcision (MC) as an HIV prevention intervention: results from a representative sample of rural Zimbabweans K. Hatzold, W. Mavhu, R. Buzdugan, L. Langhaug, C. Benedict, J. Sherman, S. Laver, G. Woelk, F. Cowan (MOPE0352)

Safety and circumcision patterns in Tanzania (abstract only) W. Mwita, J. Mwanga, J. Mosha, G. Mshana, F. Mosha, J. Changalucha (MOPE0353)

Integration of male circumcision (MC) with existing HIV prevention programmes in Zimbabwe using HTC as entry point for HIV negative men to undergo MC K. Hatzold, R. Dhlamini, L. Masimba, G. Ncube, S. Xaba, O. Mugurungi, C. Samkange, M. Butao, S. Chiriva, B Pederson (MOPE0354)

Scaling up male circumcision in a non-circumcising country: the case of Zambia (abstract only) K. Sunkutu, J. Mwale, O. Babaniyi (MOPE0355)

Parental and adolescent issues associated with male circumcision of adolescents in Zimbabwe (abstract only) D. Kasprzyk, D. Montano, P. Chatikobo, C. Mejia, G. Chovnick, M. Tshimanga (MOPE0356)

Traditional rather than medical circumcision is preferred by theamahosa tribe in South Africa (abstract only) D. Mark, K. Middelkoop, L. Fleurs, R. Wood, L.-G. Bekker (MOPE0357)

Clinician issues associated with recommending male circumcision to young men and parents of adolescents in Zimbabwe (abstract only) D.E. Montano, D. Kasprzyk, P. Chatikobo, G. Chovnick, C. Mejia, M. Tshimanga (MOPE0358)

Supply chain management system and standard list of commodities required to scale up male circumcision service for HIV prevention E. Njeuhmeli, J. Reed, D. Rech, K. Chrouser, S. Sakallah, M. Hope, A. Thomas, N. Bock, D. Stanton, K.E. Dickson (MOPE0359)

The (mis)reporting of male circumcision status by men and women in Zambia and Swaziland N. Haberland, B. Mensch, L. Apicella, P. Hewett, J. Manda, S. Abbott (MOPE0360)

Association of low-risk human papillomavirus infection with male circumcision in young men: results from a longitudinal study (ANRS-1265) conducted in Orange Farm, South Africa (abstract only) C. Tarnaud, P. Lissouba, E. Cutler, A. Puren, D. Taljaard, B. Auvert (MOPE0362)

Factors affecting uptake of male circumcision as an HIV prevention strategy among youths M. Phiri, C. Chomba, L. Kasonka (MOPE0491)

Community acceptance of male medical circumcision (MMC): a 2009 clustered cross-sectional pre- and post sensitization knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs (KAB) survey conducted in rural Uganda (abstract only) M. Breda, G. Mwidu, A. Nyero, M. Millard, J. Chamberlin, N. Close (MOPE0628)

Communicating HIV prevention: a study of current approaches to male circumcision and multiple concurrent partnerships in Uganda and Zambia (abstract only) L. Chigona, P. Kimumwe, A. Mishra, J. Hanefeld (MOPE0652)

Perceptions and acceptability of male circumcision in South Africa: a qualitative study (abstract only) M. Majaja, G. Setswe, K. Peltzer, G. Matseke, K. Phaweni (MOPE0658)

Development of a male circumcision policy in a predominantly noncircumcising society: the case of Zimbabwe (e-poster available) D. Nyamukapa, O. Mugurungi, S. Xaba, O. Maguwu (MOPE0958)