Man Suing Doctors For Removing His Penis Which Had Cancer Without His Permission–Maybe Wake Forest Can Grow Him A New Peni
Posted Aug 22 2011 9:06pm
As technology moves forward yes they have grown them, implanted them, and they worked and produced off spring for the male rabbits so perhaps when this is defined for humans, all may not be lost as science is moving so quickly today. You can find out more about the rabbit at the links below. The study showed that rabbits with bioengineered organs attempted to copulate with a female within one minute of introduction.
It was actually 2 doctors and 2 surgeries involved here so if I were him I would be sure to get myself on the Wake Forest clinical trial list when it becomes available as what does he have to lose at this point. BD
Phillip Seaton had gone into surgery for a circumcision to treat inflammation, but instead had his penis partially removed after the surgeon, John Patterson, found that it was riddled with cancer, the Associated Press reports.
Seaton and his wife, Deborah, seek unspecified damages from Patterson for "loss of service, love and affection."