Can you conclude from the evidence provided in the case study that there is evidence that there is a causal relationship between the absence of circumcision and HIV infection? Why or why not? What results demonstrate your answer? Additionally, please discuss the potential financial burdens associated with this procedure and your ideas of how these burdens could be overcome.
Hunting, K. L., & Gleason, B. L. (2012). Essential case studies in public health: Putting public health into practice. Jones and Bartlett Learning.
Assessment: Diagnose and Investigate
Case 3: Male Circumcision and HIV: An Evidence-Based Public Health Approach; pp. 23–32