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from here there's the injection. attaches to the defect the area is being channeled that point i can see very clearly by some sort of trick of nature these stem cells like to swallow are not honest which is this whole procedure hinges on that because then you can manipulate. that solution of stem cells with a magnetic field. so not having to cut open the knee in any way you can attach those themselves to just the area where the cottage is broken down the defect area how do you make them stay there is there a magnet on the skin just 10 minutes from the outside of the ski you're really a minute then he physically they start to be under here to the defective area it's amazing the bolotnaya this is a brand new. only here. japan is
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aiming to be at the forefront of regenerative medicine and scientists are researching possible treatments for previously incurable diseases such as liver cirrhosis retinal generation and even outsiders but a crucial hurdle for many stem cell therapies is positioning the cells within the body this is led some to call professor archie's magnetic breakthrough an important step forward in regenerative medicine in 2015 this footage was shot by japanese television when professor orci performed the 1st ever magnetic cartilage restoration the patient was a semi professional tennis player and her cartilage injury threatened to curtail her career. the procedure involves extracting some bone marrow to harvest stem cells after cultivation a few stem cells were injected and the magnets came out for the 1st time. a year on his back for a checkup. that morning. a
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new. sport. in the home of the q. i think it is. going. to come to us and. i knew about i mean it's a bit like the bullet train. yeah . i go it's ready for me which will reveal whether her wound has healed following the magnetic knee regeneration procedure. and. here we go it's ready.
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this portion was repaired yes because this was a complete idiot area that's very much noticeably better yes what he 1st injected it but huge defect of redness and now it's all white it's covered in cottage now. it takes almost internal whoi is when i can see it with this idea. and so i'm very happy. finished at the moment professor all cheese technique is only applicable to relatively young knee joints but he's already working on ways to adapt it for older patients suffering from all still off like this and come 70 years old i'd like to walk with my
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knee joint so he's changing course here is a very very desirable so i'd like to provide. you with the. trying to seize is a parasitic illness that is found mainly in the poor rural regions of central and south america and it is estimated that in excess of 10000000 people are infected with the disease. and. to meet a woman who may just have found a solution to this devastating disease. diseases caused by the parasite. which is carried by the triad to mean bug known locally as winter coats when an infected by someone leaves behind infected feces scratching the bite grabs the infected feces and. once in the body the parasites multiply and spread. the
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face of blasts approximately 2 months causing my symptoms it then goes into remission and it can be decades later before the chronic stage begins where the parasite attacked the heart and it just of organs which can cause intestinal and cardiac disorders progressive destruction of the heart muscle can lead to heart failure and sudden death there is no vaccine. when i was there. is an expert on the deadly vinci insect. him that i meant they were in job. loss. last but it is. me that at this time of day we worked to get him to be that. we had passed. he were meaningless but on
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us. that's. he's big they say she has got bottled up to this so i just take. a lot of. me and. how many intruders do you think are in this house than in the experience here you're going to rather not want to be in the. night of the meeting to guess. 1000 vinge yeah. the pain and suffering caused by infection as a devastating impact on communities like the indictee of the 250 people that live there are brom estimates that up to 80 percent of charges we need to. what has been the impact of childhood disease on your life and your families.
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do you have a chance disease you're so. thank. you. it's that. i've never seen with. you my dear you. are the bank the but i but better most. of the past 15 years go to people who has been working into libya using an insecticidal paint to rid its infected communities of the vinci insect tell me about in this far this is the paint you have developed to combat. but yes more sophisticated. in other words a new paint is an advance on previous insecticidal paints because the insecticides arm bedded with an microcaps use which slowly released them over 2 to 4 years
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containing the insecticides like this means that the concentration of chemicals can be lower and that several different pesticides which don't work if they are mixed together can be used. ok so do i have to dress up like that yes ok let's turn and this is nothing i'd like to do more than put an oval on in $35.00 degree heat. with this going we'll. for the sake. of. doing my out of love this right. i'm. sure will sum up something some of this was for those posts. and then just.
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ok. currently each home costs approximately $200.00 us dollars to pay with the financial support coming from various organizations and private donors. in the last 15 years her team have treated 6000 homes in 93 communities across the region which are home 224000 individuals incredibly the number of new cases of disease in these communities has dropped to almost 0. is because. yeah. yeah this is it going. back to the house now that. with the inside and outside painted the house will be clear of the insects within 24 hours. following its success fighting tigers
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disease the pain is now being used to come back thank you fever and malaria in communities and gone. to lives in one of the 1st villages the people are treated in bolivia c. can you. describe to me what your house was line before the painting was done. but it seems they were working on a week or so were lots of intrigue in your house save the body among. those saw me he had and then check us free you actually have you know you asked me a lot of thought i.
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a place where 2 worlds me we can get to washington d.c. in 2 hours we can get so on jurists in the rest central my record about the same time but more importantly is where those 2 cultures north and south america beats of to teach a great it's a very important place for all to do it's a big in the year 127118 a gunman attacked in the edge and set out on an extraordinary journey haven't travelled the furthest reaches of the muslim marco polo world feel radically altered beijing the city established by complete calm is still today china's strong meeting not now and china is again a superpower we reflect on how the relationship between east and west has changed. marco polo on al-jazeera.
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al-jazeera where every. fierce house condemns president donald trump for a racially charged comments against for congresswoman. i'm home he this is al jazeera live from doha also coming out. i feel so honored and i'm overwhelmed germany's defense minister of underlaying as elected to the e.u.'s top job becoming the 1st female president of the european commission. the u.s. imposes sanctions on some of myanmar as top military officers over abuses against
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writing to muslims. and the u.k. government is accused of discriminating against visa applicants from africa. the u.s. house of representatives has voted to condemn court's racist comments that president donald trump made but for congresswoman on thursday trump tweets it's telling the politicians to go back to where they came from and he's refused to let up despite growing criticism both at home and abroad mike hanna reports from washington d.c. . without objection the motion to reconsider is laid on the table the vote went largely along party lines only for republicans joining house democrats in their rebuke of president. it was a rare occasion on which all in the house were forced to go on the record in response to intemperate comments made by the president these comments from the
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white house are disgraceful and disgusting and that comment are racist the vote was delayed by republicans who attempted to have the accusation of racism made by the house speaker introducing the bill struck off the record i urged genuineness in july and you know that the balance of my house is going to the general speaker of the house that she would like to rephrase that i had actually read my remarks as a parliamentarian before i read them the unprecedented argument delayed the vote for hours many republicans clearly more angered by the speaker's words than by those treated by the president as a general making a demand that the words be taken down. a request for jones words or on parliamentary question to be taken down despite the republican fury a vote was taken and the house ruled the speaker's words should be kept on the record then another moment of drama for the 1st time a formal attempt in the house to move articles of impeachment against the president
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impeaching donald john truck president of the united states of misdemeanors the move is likely to intensify what has been a bitter debate among house democrats about impeachment more than 80 representatives are in record as urging such a move others including the house speaker have been arguing that it would be better to continue investigating the president through house committees rather than risk a failed move to impeach therefore downall john traub by causing such harm. 2 the society of the united states is unfit to be president and warrants impeachment trial and removal from office a decision may non need to be made one way or the other my kind of al-jazeera washington bill schneider is
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a political analyst and professor of public policy at george mason university he says trying to teach donald trump is a risky move for the democrats the house could vote to impeach the president just about any time he wants one 3rd of the debt of the majority party the democrats already have signed on to support a motion of impeachment well if the democrats are pretty solid behind that kind of motion they can impeach the president then he goes to trial and what will happen the senate will support him they will not remove him from office they have a republican majority and republicans are frankly terrified of trump and of his base so he will survive and what will happen well he'll run for re-election next year as a martyr as somebody who they tried to assassinate he will say and as someone who beat them at their own game this is a very risky move if democrats decide to go forward with impeachment. he repeated parliaments as narrow they elected they and as president of the european commission
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the german defense minister will become the 1st woman to hold the post when she replaces sean quote in the fender john who has more from strasburg. that approval from the european parliament in a tight vote means the lion becomes the 1st woman to hold the e.u. use top job as commission president she'll set the policy agenda for the next 5 years i feel so on notes and i'm overwhelmed and i thing you for the trust you placed in me yet the trust you placed in me is confidence you've placed in your office your confidence in the united and a strong europe from east to west from south to north as a german a woman and a close ally of angular merkel on the line will be seen as an extension of the chancellor's dominant role in the european politics she owes her career to merkel and like merkel she's a political conservative and
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a passionate supporter of european integration syfy no more info but big spending promises designed to sway doubting any peace or a departure and may prove hard to fulfill we must take bold steps to get mrs ford a lion is indebted for their support to opposing quarters from the socialists to the nationalists which means someone will have to be disappointed supporters in the heavyweight center right european people's party bloc to which fonda line belongs brushed those concerns aside she managed to get the support of $27.00 out of $28.00 heads of government in the european union so western european.


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