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Circumcision touted as HIV defense

By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / August 16, 2006

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TORONTO -- Tens of thousands of HIV infections could be avoided in a single South African township with even a small increase in circumcision among adult men, according to a study made public yesterday. At just $55 per procedure, circumcision would potentially save millions of dollars in AIDS treatment expenses, another study found. (Full article: 422 words)

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