September 26, 2008
A lawyer for a Kentucky doctor being sued over the amputation of a patient's penis said Friday the procedure was "medically necessary" and authorized by the patient.Well, he's married, so it wasn't like he was using it anyway.
Attorney Clay Robinson said Dr. John Patterson performed the surgery because the patient, Phillip Seaton, 61, had cancer.
Patterson was given permission to perform any medical procedure deemed necessary, Robinson said.
Note to self: When confronted with cancer, always ask the doctor to consult you before cutting off your man parts.
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