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Globe Editorial

Circumcision: A cut against HIV

August 26, 2009

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Circumcision has been shown to protect men from getting the HIV virus from infected women. Even though other types of transmission are more prevalent in the US, it makes sense for the Centers for Disease Control to recommend that young boys be circumcised. (Full article: 189 words)

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