posted on Apr, 7 2007 @ 02:55 PM
Originally posted by Byrd
Cryo would probably work on the smaller ones... don't know about the larger ones. He apparently burned some of them off, and they didn't return.
I was wondering if they tried to freeze the stuff off as well. Any type of removal here will take several steps and a long period of time.
I'm interested to know what his hands and feet look like with x-rays. If his skeleton is still in fine shape (i.e. this also doesn't mutate the
bones) then in the next 4-5 years he may find some sort of relief with the advancements in prosthetics. They could literally pull off the skin, and
then re-wrap his hands and feet with prosthetic skin grown in a petri dish.
I'm also interested to know how deep into the skin these things penetrate. Does it just grow off the epidermis? Does it penetrate the muscle? Since
the article says he's not in pain, I would venture that they don't grow very deep, which would explain why he doesn't have pain.
I'd also like to know what the cellular makeup of the growths look like under a microscope. Does it look like cellular matter, or more like mineral
Also, does he run a risk of skin cancer with something like this (or some other type of cancer)?
I guess we'll never know.