Better drugs, technology and circumcision all battle HIV/AIDS

07/24/2007 | Reuters · ABC News

Better drugs -- and new classes of them -- circumcision and genetic engineering are all helping in the fight against HIV/AIDS, experts said at an International AIDS Society conference. U.S. professor Robert Bailey urged governments to develop policy standards supporting circumcision to slow the spread of HIV/AIDS. "Circumcision could drive the epidemic to a declining state toward extinction," he said.

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