An Australian review article supports and reviews the perceived role of male circumcision as a protective mechanism against certain infections and diseases in both men and women. The paper gives an overview of the circumcision procedure and the possible benefits. According to the author, the positive outcomes of circumcision include protection from urinary tract infections, penile cancer, and sexually transmitted HIV, human papilloma virus and thrush.
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