Perceived medical benefit, peer/partner influence and safety and cost to access the service: Client motivators for voluntary seeking of medical male circumcision in Iganga District Eastern Uganda, a qualitative study

Lubega Muhamadi, Musenze Ibrahim, Fred Wabwire-Mangen, Stefan Peterson, Steven J. Reynolds

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