FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Tale of Two Casts
Adam broke his elbow last week, he got to have a blue cast. He was jumping on the trampoline and landed wrong. Luckily he did not require surgery. He was still feeling some pain last weekend when they... Posted on 5/29/09 at 1:30 AM
When doctors replace someone’s hip or knee, they typically use a metal or ceramic artificial replacement. But developing techniques may soon allow surgeons to implant replacement bones grown from the patient’s bone marrow cells.
Facing criticism for still holding the remains of about 1,400 American Indians in its archaeological collection, the University of Michigan will be reviewing its policies on how to properly deal with Indian bones and artifacts.
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