Medical scientists in America have taken a keen interest in the discovery by Dr. Bedafford of the Brighton and Sussex Medical School who successfully cured a patient of Arachnophobia accidentally when he had the man's damaged left amygdala removed.
Dr. Claws Burgermeister Head of the office of Health Reform of US Health and Human Resources that overlooks new medical innovations of potential benefit to bankers, said: "We can see an application for this procedure right across the board here in the US. We are in a position at last to be able to swiftly cure other phobias such as Homophobia, Workphobia, Fellowcitizenphobia, Freemasonphobia, Negrophobia, Terroristphobia, Phobiaphobia.
"And, of course, Bushphobia. Obamaphobia will still require removal of the entire brain, though. But there is light at the end of the tunnel."