Sunday, October 5, 2014

How's Your Whacker?



If your pecker has been plunked there is hope on the horizon.
Penises grown in laboratories could soon be tested on men by scientists developing technology to help people with congenital abnormalities, or who have undergone surgery for aggressive cancer or suffered traumatic injury. 
Researchers at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, are assessing engineered penises for safety, function and durability. They hope to receive approval from the US Food and Drug Administration and to move to human testing within five years.
This is serious stuff.
As a pediatric urological surgeon, Atala began his work in 1992 to help children born with genital abnormalities. Because of a lack of available tissue for reconstructive surgery, baby boys with ambiguous genitalia are often given a sex-change at birth, leading to much psychological anguish in later life. “Imagine being genetically male but living as a woman,” he said. “It’s a firmly devastating problem that we hope to help with.”
While this technology is being advanced for those with bad issues, I can easily imagine a time in the not too distant future when it becomes a common plastic surgery enhancement.

If that goes like it went with collagen lips it can only mean trouble.


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