Severed finger grow's back with "pixie dust"
May 1, 2008 4:46am CST
A man's severed finger has GROWN BACK, thank's to a miracle powder dubbed "pixie dust". The incredible medical break through offer's a genuine new hope for burn's victim's and people who lose limb's. Scientist's developed their miracle medication using PIG BLADDER'S, then tested it on a 69 year old male after half an inch of his finger was sliced off by a model plane's propeller. The limb took about 4 week's to grow back and the man has complete feeling, and complete movement. The powder was created at America's Pittsburgh University after cell's were scraped from a pig bladder lining and leftover tissue put in acid. The process remove's the cell's that tell the body to form scar tissue, while leaving behind the one's that tell the body to grow normally. The tissue is removed from the acid and turned in to powder which patient's put on their wound's which then help's stimulate cell's to replace the damaged body part.
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