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Judy Devlin

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High Tech Ways to Extend Your Life: How One Man Regrew a Finger.


Dr. Oz shows Oprah Lee's finger. Lee accidentally cut off part of the middle finger on his right hand. Thankfully, his brother, Dr. Alan Spievack, was a pioneer in cellular regeneration. He gave Lee a powder made from the extracellular matrix material found in pig bladders. "I applied that to the wound and just put a Band-Aid over it," Lee says. "I did it for 10 days, and in four weeks, I regrew the finger." Oprah.com.


Dr. Oz also says cellular regeneration research is ongoing at the University of Pittsburgh.


I printed this out and will take to my Surgeon...Can you imagine?!!

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Warm regards,


Judy Devlin

ISN Archive Committee Chair

International Scleroderma Network

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Judith, what a fascinating article!


Now when you take this to the doctor, are you going to ham it up? I can just see you now, with a little Miss Piggy knuckle puppet. <Puns intended.>

Warm Hugs,


Shelley Ensz

Founder and President

International Scleroderma Network (ISN)

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I saw that this morning and could not believe it!! Sure enough the guy's finger was renewed, complete with fingernail and all. That gives hope to so many people. I would definitely like to hear about more people trying out this new method. Maybe, we'll be reading about you in the news. I'm keeping tuned.




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