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Circumcision, sexual dysfunction and the child's best interests: why the anatomical details matter

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  • i Of course, it could be pointed out that the special issue to which Dr Mazor submitted his article was concerned with the ethics of infant male circumcision specifically; however, one wonders whether Dr Mazor has felt it relevant or motivating to draft additional articles for other journals concerning the permissibility of pre-emptively amputating body parts besides the prepuce.

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