Non-therapeutic male circumcision in infancy or childhood and risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections: national cohort study in Denmark

Interesting. The end of the Abstract:

In this national cohort study spanning more than three decades of observation, non-therapeutic circumcision in infancy or childhood did not appear to provide protection against HIV or other STIs in males up to the age of 36 years. Rather, non-therapeutic circumcision was associated with higher STI rates overall, particularly for anogenital warts and syphilis.

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