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The following post originally appeared on the Text to Change blog to mark World AIDS Day in December. Male circumcision can reduce chances of HIV infection by up to 60%. A one-time medical procedure, VMMC (Voluntarily Medical Male Circumcision) provides life-long partial protection against HIV as well as other sexually transmitted infections. That’s why we want to address these important facts today.
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How mHealth is Supporting Medical Male Circumcision