Does circumcision make a difference to the sexual experience of gay men? Findings from the Health in Men (HIM) cohort.

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The relevance of circumcision in preventing male-to-male sexual transmission of HIV is poorly understood, in particular because any potential beneficial effect could be diminished by the impact of circumcision on sexual behavior.
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Mao, Limin
Templeton, David
Crawford, June
Imrie, John
Prestage, Garrett
Grulich, Andrew
Donovan, Basil
Kaldor, John
Kippax, Susan
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2008
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