Circumcision Information and Resource Pages
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The Circumcision Information and Resource Pages are an Internet
resource that provide you with information about all aspects of
the genital surgery known as circumcision.

CIRP is essentially divided into two parts:
The Circumcision Reference Library contains technical material,
medical and historical articles, and statistics.
The Circumcision Information Pages contain a more
readable collection of information, suitable for parents and educators.

This site has links to information on the rights of the child,
religious issues, and related issues.

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Circumcision Information Pages

These information pages are a readable introduction to the subject of circumcision. They are intended to complement the technical literature that is available in the Circumcision Reference Library.


Whether or not circumcision should be performed is a controversial question, especially as religious issues may be involved. One of the aims of the Circumcision Information Pages is to provide parents with information to assist them, if and when they are confronted with this question. Parents are especially referred to the FAQ, or Frequently Asked Questions file.

This site has links to information on the rights of the child, religious issues, and related issues.


Where can I find it?

Here is the table of contents for the Circumcision Information Pages.




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The Circumcision Information and Resource Pages are a not-for-profit educational resource and library. Tilted Media Group, Inc. is not responsible for the content of this site. CIRP makes documents available without charge, for informational purposes only. The contents of this site are not intended to replace the professional medical or legal advice of a licensed practitioner.
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(Revised 10 December 2007)