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HIV Debate: Circumcision for African Men?
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'Among those in Washington, D.C., for this week's International AIDS Conference, there's little to no debate about whether the world community should do what it takes to stop the global pandemic. But when it comes to how that goal should be accomplished, even those who care most passionately about the issue can disagree.
Case in point: The issue of voluntary medical male circumcision, known as VMMS. Depending on whom you ask, it's either a lifesaving procedure or "torture" that could have the unintended side effect of discouraging condom use and fueling the spread of the disease.
But just outside the convention center, there was a different take. Protesters held banners reading "Circumcision Is Torture" and "Intact Genitals Are a Human Right."
Natalie Erdossy, 29, an activist from Reston, Va., told the Washington Post that circumcision won't end AIDS and that it can lull men into thinking wrongly that they are protected against the virus. She called the studies indicating that VMMS reduces HIV infection "totally flawed."'
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