Leaked audio from a panel at the 2013 Pitts Lectureship in Medical Ethics at the Medical University of South Carolina reveals a debate between members of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) task force on circumcision and human rights activists.
This audio comes from the open comment period of the conference, where Dr. Michael Brady and Douglas Diekema of the AAP task force on circumcision spoke with Steven Svoboda from Attorney’s for the Rights of the Child, and several other human rights activists. One of the human rights activists was asked to film the conference, but their camera was shut off after the first day. Thankfully, audio was still running, and this recording was obtained by the documentary film American Circumcision.
You can listen to the full unedited audio here:
Read our previous stories on this audio here:
- Leaked: Doctors group claims men don’t value part of their penis
- Leaked: Potential president of doctors group admits he doesn’t know functions of foreskin
- Leaked: Does human rights matter to doctor’s groups deciding on circumcision?
- Leaked: Doctor admits circumcision reduces sexual sensation
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