Dr. Alexander Seifalian does amazing work on regenerative medicine.. growing custom organs for those in need. He has successful grown tracheas, tear ducts, and other various blood vessels and has even started to grow organs for the face.
As he continues his amazing work, I cannot wait to see what he grows in his lab next!
His work at UCL has evolved quickly and has already begun human trials. He has already successfully grown a nose using a template and the necessary stem cells, and then implanted it on a patients arm so that skin can grow around it and look flawless. It was then implanted on the patients face.
Cranquis: So how long is ‘a while’? Weeks? Months? Years?
50-something male patient: Yes.
Cranquis: Aha. Does the knee pain travel anywhere?
Patient: Sometimes my hip. Or my back. Or my shoulder.
Cranquis: Aha. So you’ve never had any injuries to your right leg, from hip to foot?
If I become family med, I will start prophylactic metformin transplacentally.
When we all auscultate the same patient.
Norman Rockwell reference photos alongside finished works
This is how using reference works
Working smarter, not harder.
From Ms. Marvel #2, by G. Willow WIlson and Adrian Alphona. You can read an excerpt here for proper context.
In a rare case of Marvel Comic’s self-awareness Kamala Khan learns the difference between the expectations and reality of being Ms. Marvel and wearing, as she puts it, “classic politically incorrect costume”.
I do kind of hope that this leads to a new trope where super hero who loses their power of invulnerability and suddenly discovers just how uncomfortable and impractical their costume really is.