000 males over another five years in order to prevent the pass on of HIV.
Kaiser Family Foundation. Copyright 2009 Advisory Board Business and Kaiser Family Basis. All rights reserved.. Botswana announce HIV-prevention task to circumcise 80 percent of eligible men more than five years Botswana’s Ministry of Wellness is launching a task that aims to circumcise nearly 500,000 males over another five years in order to prevent the pass on of HIV, the AFP/Daily Telegraph reviews. Janet Mwambona, a open public medical adviser who’s leading the task, said that officials made a decision to launch the system following a group of research that demonstrated circumcision can decrease a man’s threat of HIV.Dr Stephenson, of the Division of Infection, Irritation and Immunity at the University of Leicester, said: ‘The aim is to find out how many doses and what type of vaccine is required to give protection. This can help with preparing the vaccine campaign across the country. ‘It is almost particular two doses of vaccine will become required. Unlike seasonal flu, where people’s bodies are partly primed to fight the virus, swine flu is certainly a fresh infection none of us has fulfilled before. The vaccinations during the trails are getting given between one-three weeks aside ‘Because of this your body requires a priming dose and a boosting dose. The low the dose the more of the vaccine can be shared among the population. The trial may also help regulate how far the injections need to be given apart.