Male Circumcision Reduces Risk of Both Acquiring And Transmitting Human Papillomavirus Infection

September 2002
International Family Planning Perspectives;Sep2002, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p179
Academic Journal
Reports on the health benefits of male circumcision. Reduction in the risks of both acquiring and transmitting human papillomavirus (HPV) infection; Effect of circumcision status on the prevalence of cervical cancer; Males' level of risky sexual behavior; Vulnerability of the penis to HPV infection.


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