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Current Practices in Foreskin Restoration

The State of Affairs in the United States, and Results of a Survey of Restoring Men
  • R. Wayne Griffiths

Abstract

In November 1989, in San Francisco, Tim Hammond and I founded The National Organization of Restoring Men (NORM), a support organisation for circumcised men desiring to restore their foreskin. NORM was the first known support group of its kind in the United States, and perhaps in the world.

Keywords

Restoration Method Intact Male Sexual Medicine Circumcision Status Medical Journal Article 
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  • R. Wayne Griffiths

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