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English Audio Request

Vladimir
155 Words / 2 Recordings / 2 Comments

Under a circumcision the penile prepuce is cutting off and cylindrical or columnar epithelium of a glans is afterwards transforming into the squamous epithelium. In uncut men the penile cylindrical epithelium is a proper place for cancerogenic types of human papillomaviruses (HPV) to persist and cause penile, anorectal, oropharyngeal and cervical cancer both in males and females under some circumstances. In USA where most men are cut a statistical rate of the fatal diseases is the lowest worldwide. So the circumcision cuts down prevalence of many HPV-linked pathologies as well as other sexually transmitted diseases. Many men around the globe are afraid of circumcision as if the procedure may cut shot their penises or cut down their sexual function. They'd wanted to cut that (ie. circumcision) out completely! However, the viewpoint cuts across a American Academy of Paediatrics policy, which similar to a vaccination policy arguing that the benefits of infant circumcision outweigh any risks.

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  • To cut it off or not to cut it off? ( recorded by neofight78 ), British

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    During a circumcision the penile prepuce is cut off and the cylindrical or columnar epithelium of a glans is afterwards transformed into the squamous epithelium. In uncut men the penile cylindrical epithelium is a proper place for cancerogenic types of human papillomaviruses (HPV) to persist and cause penile, anorectal, oropharyngeal and cervical cancer both in males and females under some circumstances. In the USA where most men are cut the statistical rate of fatal diseases is the lowest worldwide. So the circumcision cuts down the prevalence of many HPV-linked pathologies as well as other sexually transmitted diseases. Many men around the globe are afraid of circumcision as if the procedure may cut shot their penises or cut down their sexual function. They'd wanted to cut that (ie. circumcision) out completely! However, the viewpoint cuts across an American Academy of Paediatrics policy, which similar to a vaccination policy argues that the benefits of infant circumcision outweigh any risks.

  • To cut it off or not to cut it off? ( recorded by JabberVox ), North American Standard

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    During circumcision, the penile prepuce is cut off and the cylindrical or columnar epithelium of a glans is afterwards transformed into the squamous epithelium. In uncut men the penile cylindrical epithelium is the perfect breeding ground for carcinogenic types of human papillomaviruses (HPV) to persist and cause penile, anorectal, oropharyngeal and cervical cancer both in males and females under some circumstances. In the US, where most men are cut, the statistical rate of fatal diseases is the lowest worldwide. So circumcision cuts down on the prevalence of many HPV-linked pathologies, as well as other sexually transmitted diseases. Many men around the globe are afraid of circumcision, since they believe it may shorten the penis or result in reduced sexual function. They'd like to eliminate it (ie. circumcision) completely! However, that viewpoint would go against American Academy of Paediatrics policy, which, as with its vaccination policy, argues that the benefits of infant circumcision outweigh any risks.

Comments

neofight78
June 27, 2013

BTW cancerogenic is correct but I've only ever heard the word carcinogenic used and to my ear it sounds better.

JabberVox
April 1, 2015

Sorry this took so long - I just found your request :)

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