Transplant Cells, Not Organs
Susan Lim

Susan Lim's experiences as a surgeon caused her to rethink organ transplanting and shift to thinking about stem cell transplants for safer healing and rebuilding of the human body's diseases and impairments.

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Susan Lim: Transplant Cells, Not Organs

December 1, 2010 (over 9 years ago)

Susan Lim's experiences as a surgeon caused her to rethink organ transplanting and shift to thinking about stem cell transplants for safer healing and rebuilding of the human body's diseases and impairments.

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Iain Hutchison: Saving Faces

July 1, 2010 (over 9 years ago)

Iain Hutchison shows facial surgeries and explains how these alterations can alter a person's personality, whether for the better or for the worse.

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Anthony Atala: Printing a Human Kidney

March 1, 2011 (about 9 years ago)

Anthony Atala demonstrates a new technology that prints 3D organs which can be used for transplants. Though still in the experimentation stage, the results are astonishingly miraculous, especially since organ banks are in shortage of organs for transplants.

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Sherwin Nuland: On Electroshock Therapy

February 1, 2001 (about 19 years ago)

In this talk, Doctor and Author Sherwin Nuland discusses Electroshock Therapy. He tells us how it can treat depression. He recounts a personal story and provides inspiration on how he recovered from severe depression using this treatment. It's about losing everything and getting a second chance ...

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Sherwin Nuland: On Hope

February 1, 2003 (about 17 years ago)

In this inspiring talk, Doctor and Author Sherwin Nuland gives us his take on the idea of Hope. He makes his definition from the inherent love of humankind by the indominable human spirit.

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Anthony Atala: Growing New Organs

October 1, 2009 (over 10 years ago)

In this talk, Anthony Atala discusses what technologies on regenerative medicine have been reached. Amazing advances in regeneration, teaching cell functions, and growing organs are shown. These give hope that soon, the problem for failing organs will be solved.

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