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Saturday, 31 December 2016

The Star Asks The Clinic in Jalan Ipoh about the recent botched circumcision case of a 9 year old but Doctor denies any knowledge of it

Doc claims ignorance

THE STAR
 
KUALA LUMPUR: An old, unassu­ming cli­nic, facing busy Jalan Ipoh, sits sandwiched between motorcycle workshops and empty coffee shops.
Outside, a worn-out black plastic sign with letters missing shows a list of treatments and services such as blood test and medical treatments.
While it doesn’t state so, this cli­nic also does circumcisions. More specifically, this is where a nine-year-old boy had his penis severed during a bungled circumcision.
So far, it appears to be business as usual for this clinic.
The Star went to see the doctor at the clinic for an eye ailment.
On the pretext of making inqui­ries for a relative who was looking for a doctor to circumcise his cou­sin’s son, The Star asked whether he had heard about the recent circumcision case but he said he was un­aware about it.
“I heard about the one in Cheras but don’t know of any other cases,” said the soft-spoken doctor.
When asked whether his clinic did circumcisions, he said yes but had stopped providing the service recently.
“My assistant, who helped me with the procedure, just quit on Thursday,” he claimed.
Asked why the assistant left, he merely shrugged.
When shown an article on the phone about the boy who had his penis amputated in the botched circumcision at his clinic, the doctor maintained his ignorance.
“Oh, I don’t know. I didn’t know this happened. A clinic in Jalan Ipoh? I don’t know where,” he said.
He went on to say that mistakes can happen anywhere, even in big hospitals and not just small clinics.
The neighbours have no clue that anything happened.
passers-by and business operators next door were surprised to hear that this was the clinic where the botched procedure occurred.
“We had no idea. This clinic has been here with the same doctor for as long as we can remember – at least 15 years.
“There has never been any pro­blem,” said a nearby resident who only wished to be known as Zul.
Another nearby resident, who wished to be known only as Chong, said he had never been to the clinic before but knew that it performed circumcisions.

Earlier this week, a 10-year-old was reported to have had the head of his penis cut off during a laser circumcision procedure at a private family clinic in Taman Cheras Utama. — Picture by Razak Ghazali
Earlier this week, a 10-year-old was reported to have had the head of his penis cut off during a laser circumcision procedure at a private family clinic in Taman Cheras Utama - See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/boy-loses-penis-in-another-circumcision-gone-wrong#sthash.tV20CaB3.dpuf

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