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Dr. Michael Philip O'Leary on potential risks of penile implant surgery

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O’Leary discusses safety related to instillation of the Penuma penile enhancement implant.

Michael Philip O’Leary, MD, a professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School, discusses potential risks of surgical implantation Penuma, an FDA-cleared penile enhancement implant. O’Leary is 1 of 10 surgeons in the United States capable of performing this surgery, and he recently performed the first Penuma implant at Brigham and Women's Hospital, part of Harvard Medical School. Penuma is a permanent cosmetic penile implant customized to an individual patient’s anatomy.

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