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Of receptor sex, foreskin interventions, and disappointed scientists

A reader writes in regarding an article on Medscape worth noting. It isn’t that the findings are so earth-shattering. Rather it’s that the article’s author and apparently the researchers and commentators as well appear to want so badly for circumcision … Continue reading

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IAS 2007: Circumcision is not predictive of HIV infection (seroconversion) in gay men.

But not content with these results, the authors conclude, “More studies, please.” Edit: Aidsmap has an excellent summary of the study and one other study showing Peruvian gay men would be willing to be test subjects for a future circumcision … Continue reading

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