Peter Choong, the director of orthopaedics at St Vincent's, said: "This type of treatment may be suitable for repairing acutely damaged bone and cartilage, for example, from sporting or motor vehicle injuries."
And when plastic surgeons get this technology you'll see weirdos wanting horns on their forehead, and spurs on their arms. Tatoos won't hold a candle to what people will do with their bodies in the near-future.
posted on 12/27/2013 6:46:19 PM PST
People are ALREADY getting horns on their forehead. You can google images of it. Make sure the kids are out of the room if you do.
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