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2016Canadian Pediatrics Society position statement on newborn circumcision: A risk-benefit analysis revisitedMorris, Brian; Crouse, P D; Klausner, Jeffrey; Krieger, John; Pollock, Neil; Willcox, Bradley; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyCanadian Pediatrics Society position statement on newborn circumcision: A risk-benefit analysis revisited, Canadian Journal of Urology, vol.23, 5, 2016,pp 8495-8502
2016Critical Evaluation of Adler's Challenge to the CDC's Male Circumcision RecommendationsMorris, Brian; Diekema, Douglas S.; Klausner, Jeffrey; Krieger, John; Mastroianni, Anna C.; Rivin, Beth E.; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyCritical Evaluation of Adler's Challenge to the CDC's Male Circumcision Recommendations, International Journal of Childrens Rights, vol.24, 2, 2016,pp 265-303
2016Critical evaluation of unscientific arguments disparaging affirmative infant male circumcision policy.Morris, Brian; Klausner, Jeffrey; Krieger, John; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyCritical evaluation of unscientific arguments disparaging affirmative infant male circumcision policy., World Journal of Clinical Pediatrics, vol.5, 3, 2016,pp 251-261
2017Does Circumcision Increase Meatal Stenosis Risk? A Systematic Review and Meta-analysisMorris, Brian; Krieger, John; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyDoes Circumcision Increase Meatal Stenosis Risk? A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis, Urology, vol.110, N/A, 2017,pp 16-26
2013Does Male Circumcision Affect Sexual Function, Sensitivity, or Satisfaction?—A Systematic ReviewMorris, Brian; Krieger, John; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyDoes Male Circumcision Affect Sexual Function, Sensitivity, or Satisfaction?—A Systematic Review, Journal of Sexual Medicine, vol.10, 11, 2013,pp 2644-2657
2014Does Male Circumcision Protect against Sexually Transmitted Infections? Arguments and Meta-Analyses to the Contrary Fail to Withstand ScrutinyMorris, Brian; Hankins, Catherine; Klausner, Jeffrey; Krieger, John; Tobian, Aaron; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyDoes Male Circumcision Protect against Sexually Transmitted Infections? Arguments and Meta-Analyses to the Contrary Fail to Withstand Scrutiny, ISRN Urology, vol.2014, N/A, 2014,pp 1-23
2017The ethical course is to recommend infant male circumcision - Arguments disparaging American Academy of Pediatrics affirmative policy do not withstand scrutinyMorris, Brian; Klausner, Jeffrey; Krieger, John; Rivin, Beth E.; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyThe ethical course is to recommend infant male circumcision - Arguments disparaging American Academy of Pediatrics affirmative policy do not withstand scrutiny, Stigma and Health, vol.45, 4, 2017,pp 647-663
2017Expertise and Ideology in Statistical Evaluation of Circumcision for Protection against HIV InfectionMorris, Brian; Barboza, Gia; Krieger, John; Wamai, Richard G.; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyExpertise and Ideology in Statistical Evaluation of Circumcision for Protection against HIV Infection, World Journal of AIDS, vol.7, N/A, 2017,pp 179-203
2015Histological Correlates of Penile Sexual Sensation: Does Circumcision Make a Difference?Cox, Guy; Morris, Brian; Krieger, John; School of Medical Sciences: School of Medical Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyHistological Correlates of Penile Sexual Sensation: Does Circumcision Make a Difference?, Sexual Medicine, vol.3, 2, 2015,pp 76-85
2015Male Circumcision Does Not Reduce Sexual Function, Sensitivity or SatisfactionMorris, Brian; Krieger, John; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyMale Circumcision Does Not Reduce Sexual Function, Sensitivity or Satisfaction, Advances in Sexual Medicine, vol.5, N/A, 2015,pp 53-60
2017Male circumcision to prevent syphilis in 1855 and HIV in 1986 is supported by the accumulated scientific evidence to 2015: Response to DarbyMorris, Brian; Banerjee, Joya; Klausner, Jeffrey; Krieger, John; Wamai, Richard G.; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyMale circumcision to prevent syphilis in 1855 and HIV in 1986 is supported by the accumulated scientific evidence to 2015: Response to Darby, Global Public Health, vol.12, 10, 2017,pp 1315-1333
2017Penile inflammatory skin disorders and the preventive role of circumcisionMorris, Brian; Krieger, John; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyPenile inflammatory skin disorders and the preventive role of circumcision, International Journal of Preventive Medicine, vol.8, N/A, 2017,pp 1-10