Plastic surgeons from around the world are keen to read this rare medical journal and study the methods used hundreds of years ago. A number of them have organized a seminar and the journal will be the focus of their studies.
It's reported that they 'pooled their meagre monies' in order successfully bid for this very rare medical journal.
A power point presentation is being put together which includes numerous drawings of successful procedures carried out hundreds of years ago using simple kitchen and gardening tools of the time.
The majority of plastic surgeons who will be in attendance are currently working without licences having lost them as a result of too many law suits successfully won by dissatisfied, disfigured patients.
They are hoping to learn enough from the medical journal to enable them to once again operate, using cutlety and gardening tools which they have been collecting since having their modern equipment confiscated as a condition of their parole.
These 'surgeons' number in the thousands and are said to be 'keen to get off welfare and begin cutting again'.