Posted May 04, 2020 18:09:08A new study has found that you can regenerate your skull from your bone marrow after years of damage.
Bone marrow is found within the bone marrow and acts like a sponge.
It is found in the bone of the skull, the brain and spinal cord, and it acts like an internal organ.
In this case, the study found that people who had been injured in childhood had damaged bone marrow.
The researchers were able to regenerate bone marrow from the damaged tissue by taking it into the body and inserting it into a patient’s veins.
Bone tissue was then transplanted into a recipient’s spinal cord.
The study found bone marrow had been regenerated from about 50% of the patients’ spinal cord in the four weeks after surgery.
Dr Paul Tjakulainen, from the University of Helsinki, said the results were “surprising” but the study was not yet definitive.
“We were hoping to have found a way to restore normal function of the damaged tissues.
It’s something that is very rare in the body,” he said.”
It’s not like a miracle, it’s a real, real possibility.”
Bone marrow from a donor was used in the study, which is ongoing.
The bone marrow was removed and placed into a dish containing a mixture of bone marrow, stem cells, white blood cells and platelets, and then transferred to another dish of blood, which was frozen.
Bone transplanting was also used to regenerate the damaged muscles of the donor’s legs.
Dr Tjaki said there were many possible applications for this technique.
“Bone marrow transplants can be used for a variety of purposes, for example to repair the damage of fractures or other serious injuries,” he told ABC Radio Perth.
“Or for bone marrow transplantation for the treatment of degenerative disease such as arthritis.”
In these situations, the transplanted bone marrow can then be used to replace the damaged part of the bone.
“What we’re trying to do is restore the damaged function of a damaged tissue, and we hope to be able to do that within a matter of weeks.”
Dr Tjonnjak was also the first to report on the findings.
Dr Mark Jansen from the Royal Veterinary College, who was not involved in the new research, said more research was needed to determine how much bone marrow could be restored to a person’s body.
“There’s a lot of unanswered questions in terms of the whole process of bone regeneration,” he explained.
“That’s what’s important for us to figure out.”
The results of this study were pretty interesting and it certainly raises a few questions.
“Dr Mark said it was not the end of the world for people to be regenerated, but that there were a lot more unanswered questions than answers.”
People who are going to have a heart attack or a stroke, they’re going to recover pretty quickly, and so there is a lot to explore,” he added.