“With promises such as regrown spinal-cord tissue allowing the paralyzed to walk again, many people find it hard to draw the line and say no.”
“Applying another masking and etching process (d), he opened a window into the regrown oxide of the base area.”
“Trees can be regrown (perhaps not as fast, but while they are growing – maybe we could think of what to write next? lol).”
“It's amazing how well they can negotiate some half-regrown clear-cut strewn with tops like it's not really there.”
“Likewise, once those nerves are damaged they cannot be regrown—and most certainly not in an adult.”
“Advances in regenerative medicine means it's possible for damaged body parts to be regrown from human cells, and 60 Minutes featured the growing area of study.”
“Stephen Badylak of the University of Pittsburgh, said the regrown tissue had proven effective in increasing mobility and stability in Menaflex patients.”
“I know, I know … someone is going remind me that deer grow antlers, not horns … the difference being that antlers are shed and regrown each year.”
“He went on to explain that in order for limbs to be regrown, a solution of human flesh and super growth hormones from an amphibian native to Sirius 9 had to be prepared.”
“He had successfully regrown the missing limb of a rabbit, and, despite the warnings of his wife, chose to test it on himself.”
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