Neonatal circumcision: the controversy rages on

Abstract

In this issue, the second of a pair of pro/con Viewpoints addressing the clinical utility of circum­cising m­ale infants is published. Robert Van Howe, a Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, rebuts the points raised by Paul Austin in the January issue of the journal. Van Howe asserts that “as a public health m­easure, newborn circum­cision in the US has failed… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/ncpuro1300

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@article{Farley2009NeonatalCT, title={Neonatal circumcision: the controversy rages on}, author={Suzanne J. Farley}, journal={Nature Clinical Practice Urology}, year={2009}, volume={6}, pages={59-59} }