Thursday, September 12, 2013
Circumcision Study Shows That Getting Cut Does Not Protect Men Against HIV
An in depth study in 2007 on black men in the United States found that circumcision does not lower the HIV risk despite the constant lies we are given from the medical establishment that profits off of it. The study's conclusions were:
"RESULTS: Circumcision status was not associated with prevalent HIV infection among Latino MSM, black MSM, black bisexual men, or black or Latino men who reported being HIV-negative based on their last HIV test.
Further, circumcision was not associated with a reduced likelihood of HIV infection among men who had engaged in unprotected insertive and not unprotected receptive anal sex.
In these cross-sectional data, there was no evidence that being circumcised was protective against HIV infection among black MSM or Latino MSM."