Circumcising newborn males affordable strategy for HIV prevention.

Rwanda in particular ‘may represent a greatest case situation for neonatal scale-up in Africa,’ wrote Seth Kalichman, a psychologist at University of Connecticut in Storrs, within an accompanying editorial published in the same issue of PLoS Medication. Related StoriesDespite reduced HIV/AIDS deaths, disease still persists in South AfricaResearch provides prospects for new ways of develop HIV vaccineRutgers College of Nursing takes lead in $6 million nationwide effort to prevent fresh HIV infectionsAccording to a PLoS press release, the analysis authors claim that Rwanda ought to be simultaneously scaling up circumcision across a broad range of age ranges, with high concern to the very young.There were no reported injuries related to this failure setting to date. Related StoriesLiposomal sizing and the Coulter principle: an interview with Professor Melvin E. KlegermanUAB performs life-saving TAVR process on Selma residentReDy receives CE clearance for third-generation Renal Denervation SystemThe organization estimates that 14,775 affected items have been distributed in the usa and 2,907 affected products have been distributed outside the USA.

Other articles from category "medicine":

Random articles