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Circumcision reduces HIV infection risk

WHO: Ira D. Sharlip, M.D., AUA spokesman and Public Media Committee chair John N. Krieger, M.D.

WHAT: Late breaking news on circumcision and HIV transmission will be presented to Annual Meeting attendees during the Monday, May 21 plenary session. Dr. Krieger will be discussing the findings of two major trials in Africa that focused on circumcisions preventive effects on HIV transmission in heterosexual men. Findings from these studies were published in the February 24 issue of The Lancet.

WHEN: Tuesday, May 22, 2007 1:00 p.m. PDT

WHERE: AUA Press Suite (Mezzanine Show Offices A and B), Anaheim Convention Center

HOW: Access to this special session is free to all credentialed media representatives covering the meeting. Dial-in information for reporters interested in covering remotely is available by calling 714-765-2033.


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Contact: Wendy Isett
wisett@auanet.org
410-689-3789
American Urological Association
22-May-2007


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