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Created On: 04/02/2001 07:39 PM

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 05/13/2001 06:28 PM

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Lisetta11525

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No, but I would like to hear more about this experiment or anything that will improve or get rid of keloid scars.
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 04/10/2001 05:05 PM

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11500

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I'm waiting to hear my answer.
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 04/09/2001 06:19 PM

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Sandy11482

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Does anyone know of a way to reduce the scaring after a burn?
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 04/02/2001 07:39 PM

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Anthony11315

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Hi, I would be greatfull if anyone can remember a recent bit of news that a doctor had found a way of stoping scaring form happening ie. after an operation. He had observed that when a fetus is operated on the is no scar. The healing is perfect. From what I can remember there is a protein that is present in the fetus that stops the formation of callogen (scar tissue). Anyway He has managed to isolated this stuff. and even carried out an experiment on himself , making 2 small incisions in his upper inner arm one he injeted some of this serum localy ,in the other he did not. after a period to allow for healing the injected incision left no scar. Does anyone have any more information. Thnaks Tony.
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