Canadian Peds’ Advice On Circumcision Actively Defies AAP’s Suggestions, Disregards American’s Fears Over ‘Health Issues’
The Canadian Paediatric Society (CPS) recently re-examined its official position on routine infant circumcision (RIC), given that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States had come to the conclusion within the past year that the benefits of this routine genital surgery outweighs any potential risks. The CDC’s draft recommendations stated that American doctors should let parents know that circumcision is recommended. So, the Canadians took another look at all of the relevant new info.
After scouring almost 1,600 journal articles and taking a fresh look at […]