Response to "Determinants of Decision Making for Circumcision" by C. Ciesielski-Carlucci, N. Milliken, and N.H. Cohen (
Van Howe, Robert S.
Denniston, George Clinton
Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics. 1997 Winter; 6(1): 88-92.
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Ciesielski-Carlucci, Chris; Milliken, Nancy; Cohen, Neal H. (1996)Our experience indicates that some healthcare providers have personal biases about circumcision. We question whether these personal convictions influence the information disseminated to parents during the process of informed ...
Response to "Determinants of Decision Making for Circumcision" by C. Ciesielski-Carlucci, N. Milliken, and N.H. Cohen (Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, Volume 5, No 2) Van Howe, Robert S.; Denniston, George Clinton (1997-01)