Sounds like fiction.

19 Most Shocking X-Rays What’s the most embarrassing thing you could imagine doing with a can of condensed milk? How about having to talk to a health care provider to remove it from your rectum – because you stuck it there in a misguided stab at self-stimulation? Sounds like fiction, nonetheless it happened in real life. CBS News gets the X-ray to verify it. And it’s not the only shocking X-ray out there. From screwdrivers in the skull to kids impaled on car antennas or with pins caught in their throats, doctors come across some pretty amazing pictures. This batch has been generously supplied by Dr. Tim B. Hunter, professor of radiology at the University of Arizona, who interesting x-rays. Click here to find 19 X-ray shockers.Today, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius stated the design of threatened SGR cuts and last-minute Congressional rescues can be in itself not a sustainable remedy and must be remedied. On October 25, Senator Richard Lugar wrote to the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction, urging a full repeal of the SGR method. To be paired with provisions outlining a obvious path forward to extensive reform. On October 6, Rep. Allyson Schwartz and 113 People of Congress delivered a bipartisan letter urging the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Decrease to suggest repealof the SGR.