Community and healthcare providers' perspectives on male circumcision: A multi-centric qualitative study in India

  • Sahay S
  • Nagarajan K
  • Mehendale S
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Abstract

Background: Although male circumcision (MC) is recommended as an HIV prevention option, the religious, cultural and biomedical dimensions of its feasibility, acceptability and practice in India have not been explored till date. This study explores beliefs, experiences and understanding of the community and healthcare providers (HCPs) about adult MC as an HIV prevention option in India.

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