A young man with severe second degree burns. An new procedure….
… and in four days, his burns have healed.
Not highlighted in the report, but extremey relevant is the fact that this was done with *adult* stem cells, not fetal stem cells.
Yeah, Imagine the wonders that could be done with fully-pluripotent so-called “embryonic” stem cells instead of already-differentiated adult cells.
Wow, did you miss the point.
Wow, did you miss mine.
Your sarcasm is too convincing.
very glad to hear it
Does this count for going up a tech level?
I am ecstatic at this possibility, but why show us his hand twice and then his shoulder as being repaired?
Well, it’s a little worse than that — the hand is just a generic burn victim with severe second-degree burns. Apparently they didn’t take pictures of the actual patient’s burns. For purposes of comparison, imagine the actual patient looking like that one, but on the right side of his face, his shoulder, and his arm.
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