This is Why Lobotomy is the Worst Surgery in History
That would be perfect for those who suffer from stress and anxiety, heal depression, insomnia, eliminate suicidal thoughts, delusions, hallucinations, melancholy, and obsessions. This is how, in the nineteen thirties, American newspapers advertised not camomile tea or sessions with a psychologist but “an ice pick” put in your head. Or, in other words, a lobotomy.
Egas Moniz "the father" of lobotomy, was awarded the Nobel Prize for inventing this barbaric surgery. But what if the award was well deserved?
In this video, I’ll tell you: how did a lobotomy replace an enema in treating stomach disorders? Does the ice pick in the skull affect a person’s character? And most importantly could people be wrong in banning lobotomy?