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Photo Gallery: Visiting a Land of Hope

For just over two weeks in February, a group of 28 of the School’s friends, trustees and Health Advisory Board members had an opportunity to see firsthand the impact of the School’s work in Africa. Their visit to the Rakai Health Sciences Program in Uganda coincided not only with the program’s 20th anniversary celebrations, but also with the publication of results demonstrating the effectiveness of adult male circumcision in preventing the spread of HIV.
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For just over two weeks in February, a group of 28 of the School’s friends, trustees and Health Advisory Board members had an opportunity to see firsthand the impact of the School’s work in Africa. Their visit to the Rakai Health Sciences Program in Uganda coincided not only with the program’s 20th anniversary celebrations, but also with the publication of results demonstrating the effectiveness of adult male circumcision in preventing the spread of HIV.

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