This Day in Jewish History || Doctor who devoted his career to sex-change surgery dies
Stanley Biber, doctor, soldier, pianist, weight-lifter, rancher (and spy?) helped thousands of men turn into women.
On January 16, 2006, Dr. Stanley Biber, the Colorado surgeon who became the world’s most prominent address for sex-reassignment surgery, died, at the age of 82. Over a period of more than three decades, Biber performed an estimated 4,000 sex-change operations, the vast majority on men who felt they were destined to live as women.
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