Female circumcision in Nigeria and attitudes towards its discontinuation

Afr J Med Med Sci. 2015 Dec;44(4):343-54. Female circumcision in Nigeria and attitudes towards its discontinuation. Gbadebo BM, Afolabi RF, Adebowale AS ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: Female Circumcision (FC) is a harmful traditional practice and remains a public health problem particularly in the era of HIV/AIDS. Aside its numerous health implications, it can cause infertility, complications inContinue reading “Female circumcision in Nigeria and attitudes towards its discontinuation”

Social context of HIV infection in Uganda.

Health Transit Rev. 1995;5 Suppl:1-26. Social context of HIV infection in Uganda. Adeokun LA, Twa-Twa J, Ssekiboobo A, Nalwadda R. Institute of Statistics and Applied Economics, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda. ABSTRACT Some of the important policy and research implications of accumulating HIV/AIDS data are being ignored because of the attraction of social science research focused on the “multiple sexualContinue reading “Social context of HIV infection in Uganda.”