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  • Hugh721 Jul 2012

    Your story is not about what the study actually found. It rehashed existing claims that circumcised boys have fewer UTIs and found that whether the foreskin was tight or not makes no difference - which is evidence against the assumption. They found fewer circumcised boys with UTIS, but by only half the margin of the earlier studies, and theirs was not a random sample: for example, boys who had been treated with antibiotics were excluded. They say themselves it was a "convenience sample".