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'The Patient's Guide to Vasectomy Reversal' Now Available for Free for Increasing Number of Men Requesting the Procedure
Date:3/22/2010

NEW YORK, March 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Every year, roughly half a million men in the U.S. have a vasectomy to prevent pregnancy, but thousands later discover that they would actually like to father children, whether because they remarried or simply changed their minds.  The "Patient's Guide to Vasectomy Reversal" explains the procedure and answers the most frequently-asked questions, and is available for urologists through Sharpoint™ (Surgical Specialties Corporation), makers of microsurgical materials.  This booklet is also available to patients, free of charge, online at www.harryfisch.com or through the Male Reproductive Center at New York Presbyterian Hospital.

The booklet has been updated to reflect improvements in vasectomy reversal techniques and equipment that make the procedure faster and less expensive, which will allow many more men to fulfill their desire to father children.

"This technique is a refinement of the classic microsurgical operation that I've performed for many years," says Harry Fisch, M.D., Director of the Male Reproductive Center and a clinical professor of Urology and Reproductive Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College/New York Presbyterian Hospital. "Instead of the usual large incision
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