Dr. Briana Oster of Precision Medical Solutions has been added to the directory of “Known Genital Mutilators” at neonatalcutting.org.
This mutilator is as bad as it gets. See her tangle with Brother K in the video below.
She lies about how “circumcision is supported as a beneficial procedure by an overwhelming amount of medical research.”
She lies when she says “doctors and scientists worldwide encourage infant circumcision due to the reduced risk of infection, cancer, and sexually transmitted diseases.”
She lies when she says “the anatomy of your child’s penis will not be affected…and there is no possibility of altering the penile length or girth.”
She lies when she says “patients come first.”
She lies when she says she provides “her patients with the highest standard of medical care, while also ensuring her patient’s comfort and privacy.”
She tries to sell circumcision with lies and exaggerations, all of which are no reason to amputate healthy, functioning tissue.
Apparently, she lies when her mouth moves.
Why lie about what you do, why mislead and omit information if what you do is honorable, healthy, and medically needed? Why not say you do this thing to babies and you can hire me to do it to your baby, or not. Why not be neutral, after all, it’s not your baby?
Well, of course the answer is that they make a fortune on the foreskin sales as well as the surgery itself – thousands of baby’s foreskins worth up to $100,000 each.
Too bad there isn’t a medical society that oversees that kind of conflict of interest. Oh, there is, the AMA…
Are we so blind that we consider circumcision “cruelty free?”
Foreskin-derived skin, sourced from circumcisions (now considered by many experts to be painful and also unnecessary) is still often considered the “cruelty free” alternative to testing cosmetic products on animals. One foreskin can be used for decades to produce miles of skin, much of which helps people in genuine medical need. And that’s the reason one foreskin can generate as much as $100,000: that’s not the fee from a one-time sale, but the fees from the fibroblasts that are created from those original skin cells.
Here Dr. Oster gets violent with someone who has a differing opinion on circumcision, and she becomes violently NOT neutral on the subject:
Like other Known Genital Mutilators, she is not neutral on circumcision, and wants you to let her cut babies for who-knows-what-else besides the blood-money she gets, and admittedly, Dr. Oster’s bread and butter is almost all chopped off foreskins. Doctor, do you also sell those foreskins? As you know they’re more valuable on a woman’s face as face cream than on it’s owner as a pleasurable sex organ.
What’s even worse is that she makes no mention that this is unneeded and risky “surgery” and lists no risks or complications. One risk is of death of the child, which happens untold dozens of times every year. Sexual health diminishment and scarring happen 100% of the time.
I put “surgery” in quotes above because this mutilation isn’t “the treatment of injuries or disorders of the body by incision,” as there IS NO injury or disorder until Dr. Oster causes it.
She’s particularly egregious, as she only does circumcisions and vasectomies, forgoing ANY positive deeds on the part of her infant patients. She skins baby infants alive (and adults, who, at least, consent) and probably sells the foreskins for further profit. She could correct us, if in fact she reimburses the parents of the victim – er, um – patient with the money she receives.
She tells us she uses the Plastibell method of circumcision, yet neglects to tell us any of it’s complications and risks, so you can read that here and here.
Here’s the doctor’s biography:
Meet Our Doctor
Dr. Oster is a physician with nearly ten years of medical experience, most of which she spent here in Colorado. She completed her residency at Tulane University in 2009 and has been practicing medicine in Denver ever since. Dr. Oster is passionate about providing each and every one of her patients with the highest standard of medical care, while also ensuring her patient’s comfort and privacy.
Dr. Oster grew up in Summit County, Colorado, and she naturally loves outdoor activities like skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and fly fishing. Dr. Oster also enjoys scuba diving and traveling with her family.
Since the doctor has no information about the risks of circumcision, you can research the subject and view videos at neonatalcutting.org
Doctor Oster’s practice info follows:
3900 East Mexico Ave, Ste 100
Denver, CO 80210