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(CNSNews.com) - A major conference on HIV-AIDS will soon hear about new research linking male circumcision with dramatically reduced HIV infection rates, but the finding is unlikely to end a long running debate over the procedure.
A recent study found that the procedure lowered the risk of contracting HIV from intercourse with infected women by about 70 percent. That has prompted calls for male circumcision to be promoted in the fight against AIDS.French and South African researchers worked with 3,000 uninfected South African men aged 18-24, half of whom were circumcised. So radical were the results that the study reportedly was stopped early to give the uncircumcised participants the opportunity to be circumcised if they wished.
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