Spreading my Equadorian Dream: Palacios Part III

Most people think that plastic surgery is frivolous; it is only to gain money, only to do breast implants or face lifting. It’s true that is part of it. I survive from that but I also gain the resources in order to do the other things, to achieve the dream.

Stanford Hospital 2001

Bone Marrow Transplant: A Miracle Similar to New Life

In my case, and please listen up here, my DNA code had differentiated for many generations and had long since been supervised into brain cells, etc., and these had replicated themselves quite a bit

Circumcision of a Father of Five

Circumcision of a Father of Five: Hard, hard, hard work plus naiveté does not make you perfectly suited to perform this operation. In addition to the fact that we were operating on an area of the human body of special interest, the practical and technical aspects of the operation also held my intensely concentrated attention … Continue reading Circumcision of a Father of Five


Perfection is the Enemy of Good

  Anita Fajardo was always a favorite patient of mine. In body image, perfectionism may be a negative factor. Anita Fajardo was a perfectionist, but perfection is the enemy of good. She was sexy and beautiful. She was not fully in a “job.” She chose pleasure over pain in one of her very important decisions.   … Continue reading Perfection is the Enemy of Good


My First Transexual Sued Me

At Stanford, it is obvious that you should, or must, excel. After all, Nobel Laureates eat lunch right across the table from you – the common faculty person. Wow. You look up to these people. That guy right there looking like a regular fellow, appearing as a serious person, mild-mannered, and probably of scholarly bent, … Continue reading My First Transexual Sued Me