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Abstract

HIV/AIDS is an emerging threat to population health. Globally, 33.4 million people were estimated to be living with HIV in 2008 including 2.1 million children (UNAIDS, 2009;
UNAIDS, 2011). The total number of new cases was estimated to be 2.7 million people (including 430,000 children) and HIV/AIDS related death was estimated to be 2.0 million in 2008 (UNAIDS, 2009). Sustainable prevention measures followed by care, support and treatment program is vital to reduce the incidence and prevalence of HIV/AIDS.

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How to Cite

Sutarsa, I. N. (2014). Consideration of Including Male Circumcision in the Indonesian HIV Prevention Strategy. Public Health and Preventive Medicine Archive, 2(2), 175–178. https://doi.org/10.15562/phpma.v2i2.147

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