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Originally posted by verylowfrequency
reply to post by Master_Wii
Here we go down the tube. Next we'll have John Holmes (well endowed) types donating a piece that you can attach, then sprinkle some magic dust and watch it grow.
No doubt the next replacement for steroids. Athletes buying & selling tissue to create better athletes.
Opens up a whole new can of worms doesn't it?
Originally posted by coven
I know this is a bit off topic, but all I can keep thinking is at home boob jobs, and some dude using this on his privates for "male enhancement"
sorry... had to get it off my chest.
Originally posted by The Nighthawk
NO WAY would Big Pharma let something like this hit the market. Everything they do is geared toward keeping people on meds or in need of constant replacement of prosthetics for their whole lives. This kind of miracle, if real, would severely hurt their bottom line
While this was going on, Dr. Alan R. Spievack, a
surgeon at Harvard, was studying the reconstructive
uses of basement membranes separated from epithelia.
In 1996, he attended a conference where Badylak
gave a paper on the uses of small-intestinal submucosa,
and thereafter, the two occasionally exchanged