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Its a crazy world we live in 7 years 10 months ago #1284663645

Just a few articles i thought you guys may find interesting, it certainly makes the mind boggle what could potentially be available for those looking to create a perfect penis in the future.

www.theguardian.com/science/2014/oct/05/...-penises-test-on-men www.theguardian.com/education/2014/oct/0...hony-atala-interview
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Its a crazy world we live in 7 years 10 months ago #1284663872

Empire news is a satire site

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Its a crazy world we live in 7 years 10 months ago #1284663908

Sorted

Thanks Restoration

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Its a crazy world we live in 7 years 10 months ago #1284663986

To be honest, it had me fooled for a few minutes too....if the author didn\'t make a few mistakes with his biology in the text, I might not have realized.

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Its a crazy world we live in 7 years 10 months ago #1284664072

what did you think of the other article?

Quite an incredible advance no?

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Its a crazy world we live in 7 years 10 months ago #1284668047

i\'ve seen stuff like this for many years since i had peyronies and was looking for any possible solution that didn\'t involve surgery. i think these things are unfortunately a long way away from commercial application...maybe by 2030 & then who knows who would pay for it... it would be extraordinarily expensive if you wanted to do it for cosmetic purposes.

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Its a crazy world we live in 7 years 10 months ago #1286132130

Restoration wrote: i\'ve seen stuff like this for many years since i had peyronies and was looking for any possible solution that didn\'t involve surgery. i think these things are unfortunately a long way away from commercial application...maybe by 2030 & then who knows who would pay for it... it would be extraordinarily expensive if you wanted to do it for cosmetic purposes.



I love what Dr Anthony Atala is doing & the future looks great for the small penis man, but the only thing is, it will be used on military injured men first, & other serious injuries & birth defects. As for cosmetic surgeries to lengthen the penis for the regular public, we are probably looking at 2020 to 2025.

Technology is moving at such a rapid pace & getting even bigger & faster year to year.......I will be in my 50\'s by 2030, but I still want the penis of my choice.

Like walking into a doctors office & saying, could you please super size it, & the doctor saying, glad to......give us 1 month to grow it in the lab & we will attach your new penis & you will be a happy & enjoyable camper in a month

Good times are coming. The younger generations will grow up in an amazing time where their insecurities will be dealt with promptly & won\'t have to be scared to wear shorts in gym & worry about how they look in front of others.

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Its a crazy world we live in 7 years 10 months ago #1286137867

I have a vested interest in this topic because I have ED and scar tissue in my penis. I spent a lot of time researching stem cells and regenerative medicine and have ridden the roller coaster of hope and despair for a cure. It is true that Atala and his team are doing amazing things but information for the public is still scant. It is difficult to say now when this technology will be available and how affordable it will be. Its application will likely not be cosmetic for quite awhile; the primary purpose of this research and development is to replace severely damaged or even totally destroyed organs in veterans. Sufferers of peyronies and ED will be next in line, and then maybe the cosmetic inclined can be treated. I wish I had access to more information, though, as there isn\'t much in the way of a steady flow of information on day to day advances or prospective dates of available treatments.

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