Male Infertility Treatment: Dr. Paul Turek’s Artificial Testicle Implant? Here’s good news for infertile men. If two scientists from San Francisco, California are successful, in…
Marketing, profit drive demand for robotic surgeries: Aggressive marketing is driving exploding demand for robotic-assisted surgery for prostate cancer, even if new research shows that it isn’t any better than low-tech surgery.
And marketing, in turn, is driven by big bucks that makers and operators of the new laparoscopic robots can make, the New York Times suggests in a report.
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In US, UK: Surgery to correct “man-boobs” on the rise
“Being a man and having breasts is as bad as it sounds,” says Steve Beale who endured taunts and cruel
cruelty as he was growing up, all because he developed a condition called gynecomastia—or abnormal growth of male breast tissue.
“My breasts appeared in adolescence, around the time I was expecting mutant superpowers instead. And I got tortured for it at the rugby team changing-rooms at a West Country boys’ grammar,” Beale recalls in the article Why a bloke like me had a boob job, published by The Guardian in November 2003.