The Canadian Pediatric Association has recommended that circumcisions "not be routinely performed". They base this recommendation on their determination that "the benefits have not been shown to clearly outweigh the risks and costs". Doctors have no obligation to refer for, or provide, a circumcision, but many do, even when they are not clearly not medically necessary. Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) no longer pays for unnecessary circumcisions. Consider the ethical problems that exist in this case. Discuss these issues with the Interviewer.