Not a Surgical Vaccine: There Is No Case for Boosting Infant Male Circumcision to Combat Heterosexual Transmission of HIV in Australia

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Darby, R. and Van Howe, R.S. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, Vol. 35, No 5. (Oct. 2011), pp. 459-65. Abstract: Objective: To conduct a critical review of recent proposals that widespread circumcision of male infants be introduced … Read More

Myths about Circumcision You Likely Believe

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Myths about Circumcision You Likely Believe CIrcumcision does great harm to babies Post published by Darcia Narvaez Ph.D. on Sep 11, 2011 in Moral Landscapes Also available at NOTE: Primary author is Lillian Dell’Aquila Cannon (see her blog).  When I was pregnant with … Read More

Does Circumcision Cause Erectile Dysfunction?

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4/5 (5) Also available at The United States, a nation with 4.5% of the world’s population, consumes 47% of the world’s Viagra (Pfizer’s own figures). Turns out the same nation has been circumcising the majority of its male infants for … Read More

Alexithymia and Circumcision Trauma: A Preliminary Investigation

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5/5 (1) by DAN BOLLINGER, ROBERT S. VAN HOWE Full Text (PDF): Alexithymia and Circumcision Trauma: A Preliminary Investigation Abstract This preliminary study investigates what role early trauma might have in alexithymia acquisition for adults by controlling for male circumcision. Three hundred self-selected … Read More

Traditional male circumcision in eastern and southern Africa: a systematic review of prevalence and complications

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Article text available above. ABSTRACT: Objective To systematically review studies on the prevalence and complications of traditional male circumcision (i.e. circumcision by a traditional provider with no formal medical training), whose coverage and safety are unclear. Methods We systematically searched … Read More

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