Re: Theos-World Faking scientific data in America and dehumanizing billions
Mar 17, 2006 07:56 PM
In 2003 the Navy refused to pay for circumcision because there is no
medical benefit for it. In 1935, 55% of American males were
circumcised. The percentage soon increased to 60%. I said Bart had
a 55-60% chance of being circumcised based only on his age.
As a Jew by birth, his chances of genital mutilation for ritual
--- In email@example.com, "DENNIS KIER" <kier10@...> wrote:
> When I was last in the Navy, in 1954, the Navy medics strongly
> circumcision because they said that it reduced the likely hood of
> I really think that Bart has a much greater chance than 99% to
> circumcised based on factors Other than Age.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "krsanna" <timestar@...>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Friday, March 17, 2006 12:20 AM
> Subject: Theos-World Faking scientific data in America and
> > Faking science and treating billions of humans like non-persons
> > exemplified in the work of the American Medical Association under
> > the direction of Dr. Lewis Sayre, who claimed to heal orthopedic
> > problems, epilepsy, hernias and lunacy with circumcision.
> > is the only industrialized nation in the world that continues to
> > widely practice circumcision, despite evidence that it has no
> > medical value. The U.S. Navy will no longer pay for
> > because of its lack of medical benefit. Yet Dr. Sayre,
> > the American Medical Association, faked medical evidence that has
> > never been replicated.
> > Based on an age of 60-75 years, Bart has a 55-60% chance of being
> > circumcised. By 1971, 90% of American males were circumcised.
> > the American Pediatric Association stated against circumcision in
> > the 1970's, pediatricians put so much pressure on the APA that it
> > was forced to restate its position. Pediatricians make plenty of
> > money on circumcisions.
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