Comments on UCB - University of California Bone Regeneration
UCLA professors Kang Ting and Ben Wu are developing a new molecule they’ve named University of California Bone (UCB). This technology may be the most significant advance in bone regeneration in decades. (Read
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|"Actually, if you remember the old Lensman books, Doc Smith had his Lensman Kimball Kinnison--who was wrecked after a brutal encounter with an alien sadist--and Kim's admiral [who underwent the procedures first] healed. The admiral regrew legs and teeth, much to the teasing of his doctor friend. Hope this is useful. m."
(email@example.com 4/26/2005 11:14:29 AM)
Do not know if you saw the positive results from this company (ASTM) but I feel with all the negativity regarding Stem Cell research, that would be nice to spread some positive results for a change.
Would be interested in your comments regarding this Company.
Julie D Huston
(Julie Huston 5/18/2005 6:35:47 AM)
|"me gustaria tener mas informacion sobre la ucbr si es posible al email firstname.lastname@example.org gracias"
(motta_cirugia 8/21/2005 9:30:45 PM)
|"CREO QUE ES UN GRAN APORTE A LA CIENCIA MEDICA,SOBRE TODO PARA AQUELLOS QUE TENEMOS QUE TRATAR DE REESTABLECER EL TEJIDO OSEO PERDIDO YA SEA POR PATOLOGIA ,TRAUMA O MALFORMACIONES CONGENITAS,SERIA INTRERESANTE TENER UN INTERCAMBIO ACADEMICO SOBRE ESTE TEMA .
(Christian Motta 8/21/2005 9:35:12 PM)
My name is Ashley Smith. I am wondering if you are able to reduce someone's large bone structure to a smaller bone structure?
(ashley smith 7/3/2006 6:22:26 PM)
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