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Female genital cosmetic surgery: a cross-sectional survey exploring knowledge, attitude and practice of general practitioners
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    Re:Commentary on Female genital cosmetic surgery: a cross-sectional survey exploring knowledge, attitude and practice of general practitioners

    Dear Ms Hasson,

    Thank you for your comments. Most of the points you have raised have already been discussed in the body of the paper and in the interests of maintaining the focus on the significance of the key findings which were: the high rate of genital anxiety, mental health concerns afflicting the women and girls seen by these GPs, sociocultural influences that are modifiable, the lack of GP knowledge arou...

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    Commentary on Female genital cosmetic surgery: a cross-sectional survey exploring knowledge, attitude and practice of general practitioners

    Dear Editor,

    In this recent cross-sectional survey, the authors set out to inquire into general practitioner's (GP) knowledge, attitude and practice regarding female genital cosmetic surgery (FGCS) at baseline, preceding a FGCS information session and the RACGP guide launch. I read with great interest the present research for its subject is extremely timely; in fact, the demand for FGCS has been rising quite imp...

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