A Cross-Sectional Study Describing Motivations And Barriers To Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision In Lesotho

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A cross-sectional study describing motivations and barriers to voluntary medical male circumcision in Lesotho Skolnik, L., Tsui, S., Ashengo, T.A., Kikaya, V., and Lukobo-Durrell, M. BMC Public Health, 14:1119 (Oct., 2014). Also available on the BioMed Central website Full Text … Read More

Why the benefits of circumcision are based on false assumptions, erroneous conclusions and misleading medical information –

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Why The Benefits of Circumcision Are Based On False Assumptions, Erroneous Conclusions and Misleading Medical Information by April McCarthy The current generation of infant males will have the lowest routine circumcision rates in 40 years. Recent surveys suggest that parents who say … Read More

Correlation Between National Peak HIV Prevalence And Concurrency, STI Treatment Capability, Condom Use And Circumcision: An Ecological Study

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Correlation between National Peak HIV Prevalence and Concurrency, STI Treatment Capability, Condom Use and Circumcision: An Ecological Study Kenyon, C.R. and Buyze, J. World Journal of AIDS, 4 (2014), pp. 249-257. Also available on the Scientific Research Publishing website Full … Read More

Commentary on American Academy of Pediatrics 2012 Circumcision Policy Statement

4.5/5 (2) By the staff of Doctors Opposing Circumcision Doctors Opposing Circumcision has reviewed the two-page American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) 2012 Circumcision Policy Statement1 and the accompanying thirty-page electronically-published “technical report” entitled Male Circumcision.2 The Circumcision Policy Statement was … Read More

Revised male infant circumcision policy: A disservice to Americans

Also available at http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/130/3/585.short/reply#pediatrics_el_55563 by Christopher L. Guest, Co-Founder, Children’s Health & Human Rights Partnership The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) revised statement on male infant circumcision claims “the benefits of circumcision may exceed the risk of complications” but the AAP fails to … Read More

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