First penis transplant let’s patients go larger
Thomas Manning, 64, who lost his penis to cancer has received a penis transplant. If you could get one, would you go larger?
Relatives of the donor involved in the first successful penis transplant in the U.S. say they are opting to remain anonymous. Alexandra Glazier, CEO of the New England Organ Bank, says the family of the donor – who had died – is praying for recipient Thomas Manning’s continued recover. Glazier says the family indicates that Manning’s well-being is helping them cope as they mourn the loss of their loved one.
If you get a new penis, do you go for one larger than the one you had before, or is it just another organ, so you need a familiar fit?