Ronald Gray of Johns Hopkins University.

Ronald Gray of Johns Hopkins University, and colleagues in an editorial accompanying study found that in the U.S., circumcision is less common among blacks and Hispanics, however, are blacks and Hispanics on the vulnerable groups for contracting the virus. Circumcision, an additional means of protection from HIV in these at-risk minorities make, they wrote.

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