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Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision for HIV Prevention: New Mathematical Models for Prioritizing Sub-Populations by Age & Geography

Partnered Collections, Special Issues

This PLOS Collection features new mathematical models that can help country decision-makers examine the potential effects of targeting sub-populations for voluntary medical male circumcision services. Using these models can lead to more informed choices about where best to invest scarce resources to prevent HIV. The collection was produced in collaboration with USAID, the World Bank, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. 

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Decision Makers’ Program Planning Toolkit, Version 2 (DMPPT 2)
Age-Structured Mathematical (ASM) model
Incremental Cost-Effectiveness Analysis: South Africa
Primary costing studies: South Africa
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