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Texas inventor in sex toy court battle

A Houston inventor whose medical device turns out to have more market value as an adult novelty item was in federal court Friday, fighting against what he claims are sex-toy knockoffs.

“Our business took a major detour when men started using our prostate massager for recreational purposes,” said Amy Sung, executive director of High Island Health, a Houston company named for a translation of the Japanese name of her inventor-father, Jiro Takashima.

The product in question is called a Pro-State massager on the company's medical website, which features a happy looking fully dressed middle-age couple and promises better health. Massager starter kits start out at $78.50.

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