A Canadian study finds that personal factors, rather than medical reasons, influence primary care physicians’ recommendations for routine infant circumcision.
ARTICLE | OCTOBER 16, 2011 – 11:52PM | BY JONATHAN FRIEDMAN

study published in the Journal of Men’s Health has found that primary care physicians are most significantly influenced by their own circumcision status in their recommendations for routine infant circumcision. The circumcision status of their sons was also found to be significant.

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