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Date:2/11/2011

NEW YORK, Feb. 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Even with radical advances in medicine and technology emerging all the time, the Quick Extender Pro penile extender system is still the most effective and safest method to penis enlargement, says QuickExtenderPro.com, the leading provider of penis extender devices recommended by medical professionals worldwide.  

With the emergence of the penile extender, procedures such as phalloplasty (penis enhancement surgery) are losing their foothold amongst the medical community. The Quick Extender Pro is based on the concept of penile traction. The penis extender works by applying a constant stretch to the penis throughout the day. It is worn discreetly underneath the pants and will not interrupt day-to-day life. There are a variety of programs available requiring as little as one hour a day up to eight hours for those looking for maximum gains.

"The Quick Extender Pro system is the only safe alternative to the costly and dangerous penis enlargement surgery known as phalloplasty," said a Quick Extender Pro representative. "You can expect your gains to be permanent and you can discontinue use of the device when you are satisfied with your size."

The Quick Extender Pro system is proven to give the results, safety and the solution men all over the world have been looking for. Based on proven science and backed by thousands of successful trials, the Quick Extender Pro penile extender is the number one alternative to surgery.

The penile traction method has been proven throughout the years and offers many additional benefits, including increased blood circulation resulting in larger and firmer erections within a few days of beginning treatment. In about a month's time users generally notice an increase in penis size both
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