A Vasectomy Without The Unkind CutDon Dunn
Each year, about 400,000 men in the U. S. have vasectomies. Usually done on an outpatient basis, the procedure typically takes less than 20 minutes and entails little medical risk. But now, U. S. doctors are using a new technique that makes the operation even quicker and safer. Called a no-scalpel vasectomy, it eliminates a major fear many men must conquer before they can consider this family-planning option.
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