XVIII International AIDS Conference Presentations, Day 2 (20 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 Tuesday, 20 July. Presentations for day oneday three, and days four and five also are available.

Tuesday, 20 July 2010

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

Traditional male circumcision practices among the Kurya of rural Tanzania and implications for national programmes (abstract only) G. Mshana, W. Mwita, J. Mwanga, J. Mosha, F. Mosha, J. Changalucha (TUPE0611)

Oral Poster Discussons

Models to increase volumes and efficiency (MOVE) in Zimbabwe’s male circumcision program (e-poster available) K. Hatzold, C. Samkange, E. Fusire, G.S. Dendere, K. Kaseke, D. Rech, R. Dhlamini, G. Ncube, O. Mugurungi (13:10 TUPDC203)

Rollout of voluntary medical male circumcision for HIV prevention in Kenya: one year and counting (abstract only) P. Cherutich, N. Muraguri, K. Agot, W. Obiero, D. Omondi, O. Spala, C. Kirui, E. Owillah, M. Loolpapit, I. Oguma, C. Okal, K. Serem, J. Kioko (13:15 TUPDC204)

Community monitoring of medical male circumcision for HIV prevention and its impact on women: findings from a five-country pilot in Kenya, Namibia, Swaziland, South Africa, and Uganda (e-poster available) C. Dlamini, J. Gatsi, J. Kehler, A. Kuteesa, M. Natukunda, C. Odada, T. Crone, C. Feuer (13:20 TUPDC205)

A model for the roll-out of comprehensive adult male circumcision services in African low-income settings of high HIV incidence: the Bophelo Pele project (ANRS-12126) (abstract only) P. Lissouba, B. Taljaard, D. Rech, C. Nhlapo, B. Auvert (13:25 TUPDC206)