Originally posted by amongus
Why isn't this common knowledge amongst doctors by now?
Experimental technology would be my guess.. Trying to get volunteers to try it out with the understanding it might not work, and could possibly do
more damage than whats already there would be a huge deterent. So far according to the video its 10 out of 10 on sucess.. I imagine with a good track
record it will come out full force before long.
The question is how does it work, is the technology patented, and will the Government expedite the process for full acceptance instead of mandated
trials for however many eyars before giving it a stamp of approval.
To me this looks like one of those cases where the process should be expedited to be available to as many people as humanly possible throughout the
EDIT - Nvm about the above comments.. The article was posted on Feb 2, 2011 so this is just now being tested out and just now is hitting the media. 10
people to date with it not being very old is pretty quick in the world of medical advancement, breakthroughs and testing.
I would imagine this will get mainstream media coverage and catch on pretty quick.
edit on 5-2-2011 by Xcathdra because: (no reason