Author Topic: Recent article on gynecomastis in Plastic Surgery Practice magazine  (Read 4168 times)

Offline Dr. Elliot Jacobs

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I was recently interviewed about gynecomastia surgery and the article was published in Plastic Surgery Practice.

If you are interested in reading it, please go to:  (eliminate the space after http:// XXXX) 
http:// edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk/launch.aspx?referral=other&pnum=16&refresh=6e1C0Jp87g0T&EID=823846cd-8540-428c-8d22-7448bc5e3da7&skip=&p=16

Hope you enjoy it!  Would appreciate any comments/feedback.

Dr Jacobs

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Great read. I am 100% behind getting gynecomastia recognised and appreciated. 


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interesting article. Thanks  :) I'm three days out of op and trying to be patient. IF i press on certain parts of my chest I can feel liquid moving around, or something to that effect. Strange but guess that's part of the early healing process.



 

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