Circumcision For HIV Prevention Popular Among Young Men In Northern Tanzania

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James McMahan, senior program manager with IntraHealth International’s Tanzania HIV Prevention Project, discusses a circumcision program in the north of the country and how undergoing the procedure has become popular with young men (10/27).

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