Important Medical Research

Mayo Clinic: Circumcision should be viewed like vaccination CTV News ( 2015)


Canadian Pediatric Guidelines CPS (2015/reaffirmed 2021)


CDC study: Benefits of Circumcision Outweigh Risks WebMD (Dec 2014)


Systematic review using 40,000+ men shows no effect on sensitivity or satisfaction Journal of S. Med. (Aug 2013)


Guidelines of The American Academy of Pediatrics: circumcision benefits outweigh risks (August 2012)   / Full Text


German Debate: article by Germany’s international broadcasting academy (in English) (July 2012)


Circumcision tied to lower prostate cancer Reuters (March 2012)


Circumcision tied to lower Herpes rates University of Pennsylvania – MedPage (March 2012)


When to ‘snip’? Support for Circumcision in Infants BMC Pediatrics (Feb 2012)


Australian doctors call for Infant Male Circumcision Open Journal of Preventive Medicine (Feb 2012)


Position of the CDC (Center for Disease Control) on Circumcision in the US


Editorial in the Journal of the American Medical Association (Oct 2011)


News article on the incidence of AIDS in Canada (Dec 2011)


Position on circumcision from the United Nations


New Information on Health Benefits of Circumcision American Medical Association (Jan 2010)


Sexual Satisfaction of Women Partners of Circumcised Men NIH/PubMed (Dec 2009)


Circumcision lowers risk of genital Herpes National Institute of Health (NIH) (April 2009)


World Health Organization (WHO) main page on circumcision


The Male Circumcumcision Guide for Doctors, Parents, Adults and Teens