Old 03-29-2007, 09:03 PM
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Default New Fingertip Grown With Stem Cells

Stem Cell Research

The Finger Story

On August 9, 2005, at the end of a training session with a mustang, Tony’s finger was bitten off. He was rushed to the hospital where they cleaned it up, gave him some morphine and sent him to Indianapolis to a hand specialist. The hand specialist took pictures and gave him two alternatives. They could sew it up or let it heal as an open wound. They removed part of the bone from the tip that was sticking out and decided to leave it open and let it heal itself. Tony was in the middle of some Stem Cell research and decided that he was the best candidate for the research, because he could articulate the recovery, and verbalize the changes better than an animal. He followed the protocol set up for the horses and made a topical paste for the finger. He followed the protocol for three weeks and the results are represented below. "Neurologically intact tissue in thirty-two days". The Attending Physician was David Lukens MD , additional witnesses to the injury and recovery are Annetta Gosewehr RN and The entire research staff and volunteers at APC.

32 days after the injury.
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