Category Archives: medical circumcision

  1. Dr. Robert Grant “Person of the Year”

    via Time, by Alice Park Dr. Robert Grant has been a quietly powerful force in HIV research for years. In the early 2000s it was Grant, a professor of medicine at University of California, San Francisco, and Gladstone Institute of Virology and Immunology, who pushed to test the potential of antiviral drugs — normally used to treat Read More >>

    heterosexual epidemic, HIV transmission, medical circumcision, new prevention technologies, PrEP, research
  2. Rush For Male Circumcision in Rural Areas

    Via the Daily Monitor, by Evelyn Lirri. Godfrey Aganza had never considered getting circumcised. The misconceptions that came with a circumcised non-Muslim man, including being considered a covert or the alleged future risk of impotence largely discouraged him from the cut. But that has changed now. On June 7, this year, the 18-year-old senior three student of Read More >>

    Africa, circumcision, HIV/AIDS, medical circumcision, prevention, Uganda