27 February 2013
Kenya: Study On Male Circumcision
By Samuel Otieno
Kenya national Aids/STI control program, Nascop, and the male consortium programme have launched a study on the use of devices for circumcision.
"The procedure involves minimal bleeding," said Nascop Director and co in- vestigator Peter Cherutich. He was speaking during the launch of the study at Lumumba Hospital yesterday.
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