Experts challenge claims behind proposed federal recommendations on circumcision
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We interviewed Professor Kevin Pringle of Wellington, New Zealand for his professional opinion on the latest pro-circumcision article from the Mayo Clinic Proceedings Journal.
Professor Kevin Pringle
A new study by urologists shows no link between circumcision and sexually-transmitted infections
Condoms: the most effective tool in the fight against sexually-transmitted infections.
New international medical diagnosis codes open the door for circumcision fraud and abuse
The World Health Organization released its new International Classification of Diseases codes, which may lead to an uptick in routine infant circumcisions when they go into effect.
Personal, cultural, financial, and professional conflicts lead to flawed circumcision report
Lack of Open Debate Results in Flawed Policy
Citing new evidence to support routine infant circumcision, the AAP Task Force on Circumcision is working on a new position statement and guidelines for parents and doctors.
James L. Snyder, M.D., F.A.C.S., Past President of the Virginia Urological Society discusses the controversy around infant circumcision. Conversation recorded in San Francisco, California July 29, 2010.
Warning: Medical photos of circumcision harm.
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Intact America urges policy makers to halt male circumcision rollout, calling the plan exorbitant, dangerous, and unethical.