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In the easy-to-read format the What Your Doctor May Not Tell You series is known for, this book explodes the many myths and misinformation about circumcision, which is the most widely performed surgery in the United States today. From information about penile anatomy to the various health risks related to the surgery to debunking all six of the most common arguments doctors use when recommending circumcision, What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Circumcision lays out parents' options, and provides a helpful list of questions they should ask before making that very important decision for their baby.

About the Authors:

Paul M. Fleiss, M.D. has been a pediatrician for over 35 years. He maintains an active medical practice in Los Angeles, and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Frederick Hodges, D.Phil earned his doctorate in medical history at the University of Oxford. He currently works and conducts research as a medical historian and author, and has published several articles in medical journals.

Paul M. Fleiss, Frederick M. Hodges * Paperback: 368 pages * Publisher: Warner Books * ISBN: 0446678805; (September 2002)

Where You Can Buy:

What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Circumcision - at Amazon.com