John Kerr posted in circumcision • ethics • pediatric surgery • pediatrics • sexual health • urology on April 4th, 2014.
A new review of US data has prompted a team of researchers to call on practitioners and policy makers to promote infant male circumcision as a health intervention. The article, published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings, argues that the benefits of infant male circumcision to health exceed the risks by over 100 to one. The […]
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