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Old 03-19-2012, 11:23 AM   #78
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Since when is "drmomma.org" or "circumstitions.com" a reputable source of scientific information? I laugh every time I see biased sites like that cited as a reliable source of information. That is not research. They will tell you precisely what you want to hear, just as a pro-circ website would! It is nonsense. Sure, they all post studies but only ones that favor their point of view.

Medical journals are reliable sources of unbiased information. Medical organizations like the WHO, AAP, AUA, and the CDC are reliable and unbiased. That is where people need to do their "research," not on bogus "save the foreskin" sites.

ETA: I can't say that I'm surprised considering how many people would heed the advice of their peers on a public forum before they'd listen to their own pediatricians and other medical professionals. And no one knows better than Dr. Google, right?

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