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Is circumcision right for my son?

Parents awaiting the arrival of their new baby have many decisions to make—how to decorate the baby’s room, how to install the car seat, which day care to choose. Something that parents of baby boys need to decide is if they want their baby to be circumcised.

To help you make the best decision for your son and family, listen to Dr. Arnold London, a pediatrician at Allina Health Bandana Square Clinic in St. Paul, explain the procedure, the risk associated and the long-term health benefits of circumcision.

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