Saturday, October 08, 2005

News you won't see on TV that you should be aware of

First, we have a massive inflow of arms and fighters infiltrating Lebanon from Syria, which should not surprise anybody - after all, Assad did say that "Lebanon would burn" if he was forced out, and he was forced out through democratic elections in Lebanon.

Another item you probaly have not have heard about:
In an apparent major breakthrough, scientists in Korea report using umbilical cord blood stem cells to restore feeling and mobility to a spinal-cord injury patient.

The research, published in the peer-reviewed journal Cythotherapy, centered on a woman who had been a paraplegic 19 years due to an accident.

After an infusion of umbilical cord blood stem cells, stunning results were recorded:

“The patient could move her hips and feel her hip skin on day 15 after transplantation. On day 25 after transplantation her feet responded to stimulation.”
If embryonic stemcell research were yielding such a breakthrough, it'd be on the front page of every newspaper, but since it is non-embryonic stem-cell research, the MSM doesn't care. Doesn't fit the narrative. Can't bash the Chimp with it, so they burry it. Move along, nothing to see here. (Wait! I thought paralysis could not be cured. Nerves do not regenerate we were told. This story is freaking huge!)


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